We can't have nice things — Christina Aguilera cancels Detroit date

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PHOTO PROVIDED BY ATLANTIC RECORDS, BY LUKE GILFORD
  • Photo provided by Atlantic Records, by Luke Gilford

Well, you can put that genie back in the dang bottle— Christina Aguilera has officially canceled her postponed Detroit performance.

Xtina was set to bring her "Liberation Tour" to the Fox Theatre on Oct. 13. However, the singer announced via Twitter that she was forced to postpone the concert due to illness, mere hours before doors were set to open.

"I owe it to my fighters to give you 100% for EVERY show," she said in a follow-up tweet. "You have my word that it will be worth the wait."


Promoter 313Presents sent out an official email Friday afternoon breaking the bad news. If you snagged a ticket to the show, refunds are available at point of purchase and any tickets purchased online or over the phone will automatically be refunded.

In the meantime, guess we'll just have to keep it "Dirrty" AF.





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