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The Flamingo hotel in Las Vegas has canceled the rest of Toni Braxton's shows so she can focus on her health. The singer was hospitalized earlier in the year for chest pains.
updated 6/3/2008 6:35:02 PM ET 2008-06-03T22:35:02

A Las Vegas hotel has announced that the rest of Toni Braxton’s scheduled shows have been canceled so the singer can focus on her health.

The show, “Toni Braxton: Revealed,” at the Flamingo Las Vegas had been dark since the 40-year-old entertainer was hospitalized April 7 with what hotel officials said at the time was a complaint of chest pain. The show had been scheduled to resume June 6.

Harrah’s Entertainment spokeswoman Deanna Petit says she could not comment on the singer’s current medical condition. Braxton has been treated in the past for pericarditis, a viral inflammation of the heart.

Braxton is a six-time Grammy winner for songs including “Un-break My Heart.” Her two-year run at the Flamingo Las Vegas hotel is scheduled to end in August.

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