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Morrissey hospitalized as troubles plague tour

Morrissey has been hospitalized for a suspected bladder infection, Billboard reports. A representative for the singer said that he was admitted to the William Beaumont hospital in Royal Oak, Mich., and is undergoing tests.

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Morrissey canceled his Jan. 24 show in Flint earlier this week, and postponed dates in Minneapolis and Chicago, citing a "band member illness" as the cause. He had only just begun to resume his U.S. tour, after postponing several dates in October to be with his mother, who was hospitalized in England.

His next show is currently scheduled for Monday in Asheville, North Carolina.

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Jan 27, 2013 6:22PM
Wonder if the UTI made him confused and such. They can get pretty bad if not treated.
Jan 27, 2013 2:58PM
Hospitalized? I've had them and I know many others that have too. You get some pills and it goes away.
Jan 26, 2013 6:08PM
There's a switch.  Someone taking the piss out of Morrissey.
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