Miley Cyrus hospitalized in Kansas City

Miley Cyrus opens her "Bangerz Tour" at Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena on Feb. 14, 2014, in Vancouver, Canada.  Getty Images

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There was no twerking Tuesday night in Kansas City.

Tongue-waggling Pop star Miley Cyrus canceled a Tuesday night concert at the city's Spring Center after she was hospitalized, CBS affiliate KCTV reported.

The show was called off just a few hours before it was to begin.

The "Wrecking Ball" singer was hospitalized due to a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics, according to Sprint Center officials.

E! News quoted a source as saying Cyrus suffered "an absolutely horrible reaction" to medication.

Earlier this month, Cyrus' beloved dog Floyd died and she canceled a concert in Charlotte, N.C., just 30 minutes before it was to start.

At the time, concert promoter Live Nation said the 21-year-old star had been diagnosed with the flu and was ordered to rest.

The former "Hannah Montana" star sent fans an apologetic tweet for canceling Tuesday's concert.

"I wanted so badly 2 b there 2night," she tweeted.




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