Justin Timberlake who has been facing issues regarding his vocal cords have postponed his Los Angeles, 'Man of the Woods' concert. The news came on Tuesday when the 37-year-old singer revealed to ET in a statement from his rep that his show on November 27 at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles has been postponed as he’s suffering from ‘bruised vocal cords’.
The show, however, has not been officially cancelled and the musicians’ team have asked fans to keep their tickets pending for the updated show information.
According to Billboard, the Sexy back singer has been facing the issue with his vocals since the last month. And prior to the LA concert postponement, Timberlake had also rescheduled a number of dates for his performances on October 24 at Madison Square Garden in New York At the time he said, "Hey guys, I'm sorry to announce I have to postpone the show at MSG tonight on doctor's orders. My vocal cords are severely bruised. I'm gonna make this up to you and the new show will be on my birthday, January 31."
Following the Madison Square, Timberlake had also rescheduled his show on October 28 at Buffalo, New York along with two Tacoma (Washington) Dome concerts originally scheduled for 12-13 November.
Timberlake's next date is expected on the 29 November at Phoenix's Talking Stick Resort Arena.
Justin, who has also released his first book, titled Hindsight appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for a silent interview for a promotion.
He has also released his fifth album Man of the Woods in February, which climbed up at the No. 1 spot in the Billboard 200 album chart. Timberlake has also produced two Top 10 singles, Filthy and Say Something which was the singer's 18th and 19th song to rank among the Top 10 Billboard’s Hot 100.