Kelly Clarkson’s fans hoping to see the singer perform will be sad as the “Heartbeat Song” crooner was forced to cancel the remainder of her 2015 tour dates.

Clarkson announced the news through a statement posted on her website which stated that the singer was medically advised to go on vocal rest until the remainder of year. The “Piece by Piece” tour dates that were cancelled were Clarkson’s shows in Canada and the U.K. The statement also mentioned that all tickets will be refunded to eligible fans.

The singer also left a short note to her fans, apologizing for the “Piece by Piece” tour cancellation.

"I am truly sorry that I have to cancel the remainder of my tour dates. I was so looking forward to sharing this tour with all my amazing fans in Canada and the UK. Unfortunately my doctor is telling me I have to stay on vocal rest, but I am working hard to get better as fast as possible," Clarkson wrote.

This is not the first time that the singer cancelled a few of her 2015 tour shows. In September, Clarkson had to drop six concert dates, Entertainment Tonight reported. She was also advised to rest then because of voice strain. At that time, Clarkson took to Twitter to advise her fans of the cancellation. 

"So bummed that I have to cancel some of my tour dates," the singer wrote on Twitter. "This kills me, but doctors are saying I need to rest my voice!"

Clarkson also stated how she “hated cancelling” and that she’s already looking forward to getting “back on the road soon” once she recovers. Clarkson even asked for her fans understanding and wrote how she never cancels anything unless really necessary.

"And I am truly sorry to my fans that have been excited to see this show," the singer added.

Clarkson began her “Piece by Piece” in July this year, wherein she toured the U.S. before the singer was forced to cancel performance to rest her voice. She was initially scheduled to perform in Canada for the whole month of October, before travelling to the U.K. wherein the final show was previously set in London on Nov. 20.