Bret Michaels was forced to cancel a couple of concerts over the weekend as he continues to battle the norovirus.
The Poison frontman cancelled a show in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, that was scheduled for Friday and a concert in Albany, New York, that was supposed to take place the following night.
Bret, who's 51, had to cut short a performance in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Thursday night due to what his camp has described as "complications involving insulin shock & severe low blood sugar, along with other conditions which doctors later determined included exhaustion/dehydration/fever and the noro flu virus."
Bret's next scheduled concert is June 13 in St. Louis.
Michaels, a type 1 diabetic, survived a brain hemorrhage, a "warning stroke" and a hole in his heart in 2010.
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