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11/30/2021 01:23:36 pm

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Sam Smith Develops Rashes Due To Stress In World Tour

London singer Sam Smith revealed that he has developed rashes on his body as a result of high stress levels following his world tour.

Following the cancellation of the Australian leg of his world tour due to an upcoming surgery for his vocal cords, Sam Smith revealed that he is currently suffering from high-level stress, thus the rash breakout. The 22-year old singer developed rash-like symptoms on his body as a result of the stress he has been going through as of late, according to media outlet The Sun.

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Sam Smith, whose debut album "In the Lonely Hour" gained worldwide success, described the rash experience, saying he has been "itching all over his body" due to stress.

"I don't know why. I think it's a delayed reaction from the Grammys," he said of the rashes.

Aside from the current rash, it seems that Sam Smith is going through hard times as he recently informed his fans through an Instagram post that he feels nervous about his upcoming operation for his vocal cord which was discovered to be hemorrhaging.

The singer openly expressed that he will not  be able to speak for three weeks following the operation. However, he also assured fans that after recovering from the surgery, which he stated would take around eight weeks, he will sing again like he never has.

Last month, the "Stay With Me" hit-maker announced the cancellation of his tour in Australia, stating that he had to undergo an operation which he deemed essential so it would not develop into a long-term health problem.

Through an official statement, Sam Smith apologized to his fans in Australia for the cancellation and also shed light to his condition, revealing that he had been vocally exhausted.

Furthermore, Sam Smith also had to cancel other schedules including his shows in the Philippines and Japan, and his supposed appearance in BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in Norwich in order for him to recover.

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