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Katy Perry has to cancel two dates on her summer concert tour. The postponement comes two days after Taylor Swift announced she has bronchitis and will have to postpone dates on her tour as well. The pop star was hospitalized for severe dehydration after a food poisoning incident.
According to Facebook, Jam Productions, the company Perry employed to promote her concert, announced she has rescheduled her July 8 show at Chicago's Allstate Arena for August 21, and her July 9 show at St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center for August 23. These were the original venues of the postponed show dates.
Even though some of the dates have been postponed, the pop star has seen lots of success on the album, according to MTV News.
If her most recent single tops the charts, she will be the first female to have five chart-topping songs on one album. Michael Jackson is the only artist in history to ever hold this record. Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream album is closing in on Michael Jackson's Bad album, which had five number one singles in the '80s.