Miley Cyrus hospitalized + cancels her Bangerz Tour show tonight

Miley Cyrus cancelled her Bangerz Tour for the night due to a prescription for her illness gone wrong. Earlier today, Miley Cyrus was hospitalized for what appears to be an allergic reaction to her antibiotics.

Via TMZ,

Miley Cyrus is in the hospital ... after a sudden and apparently severe allergic reaction to medicine.

Miley was in Kansas City for a concert Tuesday night on her Bangerz tour.  It appears Miley was at the arena -- the Sprint Center -- when she fell ill.  We're told she had a bad reaction to antibiotics.

Doctors ordered her on bed rest immediately.

Here's what's interesting ... A TMZ employee happens to be in Kansas City and just texted us an hour ago telling us Miley was out shopping with her mom ... so it seems whatever reaction she had was sudden.

The concert has been cancelled.  She also cancelled her concert last Monday in Charlotte due to the flu.

As soon as Miley found out that she wouldn't be able to perform tonight In Kansas City, she reached out to all of her fans who were looking forward to seeing her.

Wishing Miley a speedy recovery! She's been sick for a while now!

UPDATE: Miley Cyrus was reportedly hospitalized due to a sinus infection!

According to TMZ

Miley Cyrus' hospitalization was triggered by a sinus infection gone horribly wrong, TMZ has learned.

Reps for Miley tell us, the singer got an Rx for an antibiotic called cephalexin (brand name Keflex) to treat a sinus infection after getting diagnosed last week in North Carolina.

We're told within days Miley's throat swelled to the point she could barely talk. She was rushed to the hospital Tuesday night and, according to her rep, doctors determined she had an extreme allergic reaction to the drug.

We're told Miley never got a cephalexin script before so she had no idea she was allergic.

She'll remain hospitalized until her condition improves. Her doctor says an allergic reaction of this kind can last 27 days.

 

All images a via Instagram (Miley Cyrus)