On Thursday, Elle King opened up about her recent concussion after falling down the stairs on her Instagram story.
“Just wanted to check in with a quick update and apologize to my fans in Tampa, Detroit and Seattle. I’m sorry to have to cancel my radio shows this week,” he wrote on Instagram, referring to his canceled shows.
“Nobody ever wants to quit shows, especially me. I live to perform.
“I slipped down the stairs in the middle of the night, made a bottle, knocked myself out and ended up with a concussion,” added King, who welcomed son Lucky Levi Tucker to fiance Dan in September 2021. Met with Tucker.
“I tried to get through 3 shows, but the travel, the lighting, it all made it worse,” he said.
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The daughter of actor and comedian Rob Schneider thanked the artists who took the stage and took over her performances, as well as her fans “for their understanding and continued support.”
“I wish you all happy and healthy holidays and look forward to coming back next year and singing with you soon,” she concluded her post.
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The country music star was scheduled to co-host New Year’s Live: Nashville Big Bash with Jimmie Allen. King will still host the event, he confirmed.
King’s rep says “everything is fine. Elle is at home resting and recovering and looks forward to ringing in the New Year in Music City at Nashville’s Big Bash.”
Last month, King spoke about how the late Loretta Lynn influenced her country music career.
“Well, Loretta Lynn was a very outspoken woman at a time when women didn’t say or do or sing the way she did,” he said. “I feel like it’s opening the way for women like me.
“He wrote the greatest songs in the whole world, he sang the greatest songs in the whole world.”