Reba McEntire updated her followers on her “tough” health situation on Wednesday, and she received a deluge of prayers and good wishes as soon as she did. The country music performer informed her followers via Instagram that doctors had advised her to postpone three of her scheduled performances. Reba has expressed gratitude to her fans for their patience while she is on vocal rest and has acknowledged that this is the case. “I have hesitantly decided to postpone the performances that were planned for this weekend because my doctor has advised that I take some time off to rest my voice. For the rescheduled events, all previously purchased tickets will be honored. Love, Reba, Thank you for your understanding, she had written.

These are the dates and locations for the performances: Thursday night in Raleigh, North Carolina; Friday night in Columbus, Ohio; and Saturday night in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The announcement was quickly met with fan responses, one of which read: “Take care of yourself and your voice before anything else, please. We place a higher priority on your health than participating in any particular event. God Bless you, Reba, we adore you!” Another participant replied, “Sending love and prayers. Take care of yourself, Reba,” a third said. I’ll pray for you, and remember that you can always finish them later.

Keep Reba McEntire in your prayers.

Following her tribute to the late Loretta Lynn, who died “peacefully” in her sleep at the age of 90 last month, Reba’s health issues have surfaced. Just before Loretta Lynn passed away, Reba paid tribute to her. The audience members were moved to tears by Reba’s long and moving Instagram tribute to her late mother. Reba included reflections on her own life and career in the post. According to what was written there, Mama had four more years of experience than Loretta Lynn. They have always reminded me of the two of them because of their many similarities. Strong mothers who adored and were devoted to their offspring. “.

She continued, “Now that they are both in Heaven, they can catch up with one another and discuss how they were raised as well as how country music has evolved since they were young. The fact that Mama died first is very comforting to me because she had the chance to welcome Loretta when she arrived in the hollers of paradise. Reba continued, “I have always loved Loretta, and I will always feel that way. She was always so kind to me. She paved a challenging and perilous path for all of us female singers, and I owe her a great debt of gratitude. “.