Ariana Grande delivered sad news to her Vietnamese Fans when she announced the cancellation of her "Dangerous Woman" concert in Ho Chi Minh City. On Tuesday, the singer and her team arrived in Vietnam for her scheduled show the following day. She, however, had to cancel the show at the last minute due to health problems and apologized to the fans in an Instagram Story post.

Pop singer cancels Vietnam concert to deal with health problems

"I apologize from the bottom of my heart but I'm really dealing with some health problems at the moment," she wrote.

"I came here to Vietnam, so excited to perform, but my doctor won't allow me to do the show for you tonight."

The singer continued with a promise to make it up to her Vietnamese fans in the future before she thanked them for their understanding of the situation.

The "Almost Is Never Enough" singer did not provide further details about her health problems. Aside from the social media announcement, Ariana Grande and co. have yet to release an official statement to explain the situation. Hence, some of her fans could not help but express their disappointment on the sudden cancellation.

While some fans felt disrespected and disappointed for the last minute announcement, others were rather understanding of the singer's current condition.

Most of them even extended their well-wishes to their idol who is currently taking some time off from performing.

Ariana holds benefit concert after Manchester attack

This is not the first Ariana Grande had to cancel her "Dangerous Woman" concert.

In May, the pop singer was stunned when an act of terrorism took place outside Manchester Arena right after her show. The deadly attack killed 33 individuals and has left over 200 others injured.

The "Break Free" artist immediately cancelled the rest of her European concert tour following the incident. On June 4, Ariana Grande returned to the city for a benefit concert, called "One Love Manchester," where she was joined by some of the most popular artists in the music industry.

Among those who performed at the concert were Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Black Eyed Peas, Niall Horan, Robbie Williams, Stevie Wonder, and a lot more. The benefit show reportedly gathered about three million dollars which was donated to the British Red Cross.

Ariana Grande also cancelled her two-day concert series in Mexico scheduled on July 18 and 18 due to some unknown reasons. She was recently in Manila to perform for Filipino Arianators. The singer's "Dangerous Woman" concert tour is set to wrap up on September 21 in Hong Kong.