Cher treated in hospital for foot injury
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.