Cher has spent time in hospital to receive treatment for a chronic foot injury during her tour of North America.
Cher has spent time in hospital to receive treatment for a chronic foot injury.
The 'Believe' hitmaker, who has been touring North America with her 'Dressed To Kill' shows, has had a long-suffering foot problem for a number of years after breaking a bone while working out.
Cher was taken to hospital yesterday (16.06.14) where she was given a painkilling injection to help her through her energetic live shows.
The star told fans about her trip to hospital on Twitter, posting: ''On way 2 hosp 2 get shot in toe joint (sic)... Oh bliss oh joy ! Had 1 about 6 months ago & it helped a lot ! Not much fun, but everything can't be. (sic)'', later adding, ''I'm here... Yuck.''
She reassured fans by telling them: ''It should be fine, but most young girls (like me) aren't running around stage 4 shows a week. (sic)''
Discussing the injection she also explained to her followers: ''Calms down toe & takes pain away. Hope it works this time. You have 2go under special machine so dr.hit s EXACT SPOT.YUCK. (sic)''
The 68-year-old singer has been touring for months and previously admitted her new show is ''f***ing hard'' and testing her as a performer.
Cher has now made her way to Canada where the tour has resumed following her trip to hospital.
The Californian rockers were defiant in their intention to play the venue once again.
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