Just when she was about to serve her gig in Nashville, Regina Spektor collapsed and was rushed to hospital. The folk singer was forced to cancel the gig, that was held on Wednesday, November 14, at the last minute, refunding the tickets to disappointed fans.
A statement released by Spektor's rep explained her sudden health scare. It said, "Last night in Nashville, TN, following her sound check at the Ryman Auditorium, Regina Spektor was taken to a local hospital after collapsing due to a severe inner ear infection which caused a sudden case of vertigo."
The statement also revealed that she was released immediately after but is still recovering. "Regina is extremely disappointed that she had to cancel on her fans but will return to the Ryman on December 6th, where all tickets will be honored or refunded," the statement added.
The concert is part of the tour to promote her latest album 'Begin to Hope' that was released last year. She also postponed the next-day show in Atlanta, G.A. to December 5. The rest of the North American tour will proceed normally starting from tonight (November 16) in Norfolk, V.A.