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Topic - Kristofer Akesson
Organizers say Rihanna has been forced to cancel a show in Sweden due to exhaustion for a second time this week.
Organizers say Rihanna was forced to cancel a show in the Swedish city Malmo at the last minute after falling ill.
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Akesson says Rihanna "is exhausted and doesn't feel well," but could not give more details.
Live Nation spokesman Kristofer Akesson said the singer felt ill ahead of her concert in Stockholm on Wednesday night and that she decided in consultation with a doctor to cancel the show about an hour before she was to go on stage.