Shawn Mendes will be taking a break during his Wonder tour in order to concentrate on his mental health.
In an Instagram post, he said, "This breaks my heart, but unfortunately, I'm going have to postpone [the next three weeks] through Uncasville CT until further notice." "I have been touring since I was 15, and it has always been hard to travel away from my family and friends.
Mendes stated that he believed he was ready because he had spent the last few years "off-road," but that was premature. "Unfortunately, the toll and pressure have caught up with me and I've reached a breaking point."
Mendes stated that he had spoken with his health care team and doctors before deciding to "take some to heal" and to take care of himself and his mental health.
The post was liked more than one million times by celebrities and fans who showed their support for the "Senorita” singer.
It is important to take care of yourself. We'll think of Shawn and cheer you on when it's time to return," wrote Tommy Hilfiger, a fashion company.
"In difficult times, we need a feeling of home to feel at home." Sam Dameshek, a photographer from a different background, posted that he heard his brother and that he would be back and even better soon.
The 23-year-old singer began "Wonder The World Tour", in Portland, Oregon on June 27, after releasing his 2020 studio album "Wonder". He was due to continue the tour in St. Paul, Minnesota on Saturday.