Poor Ariana Grande!
The singer was supposed to perform at Rock In Rio in Portugal this weekend, but a sinus infection has cut her out of the show, and she's getting pretty emotional about missing out on her fans in the European nation!
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Grande took to Instagram to post the news, revealing she'd been crying about having to deliver it to her loyal followers on Saturday night (below):
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Oh no! We hope everything is OK!
It seems like you can't turn on a TV these days without hearing something about the Ebola virus, and the panic made it's way all the way to Hollywood when Tori Spelling was hospitalized and put on quarantine at Cedars Sinai Hospital.
The actress was reportedly showing several symptoms of ebola, including a fever, uncontrollable coughing, and difficulty breathing, prompting the medical staff to take extra precautions while treating her. Like, seriously — quarantined.
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We would feel bad for Ashley Tisdale being under the weather and all, but it is hard to feel any sympathy when her boytoy Christopher French is their to soothe her illness!!!
Despite being sick, the Scary Movie 5 star spent yesterday out running errands with her musician boyfriend in Studio City after a few grueling days on the set.
The hard working actress tweeted:
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If you're trying to save money these days, studies are finding it might be a good idea to stop buying antibiotics for your sinus troubles.
The newest research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, which confirms past doubts, found that amoxicillin was no better than a placebo at improving symptoms of a sinus infection.
Lead author Jane Garbutt, an associate professor at the Washington University School of Medicine, told sources:
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