Lucy Hale Cancels Opry Debut For Illness

Singer developed flu-like symptoms earlier this week.

Country Weekly sends best wishes to Lucy Hale, who is under the weather with flu-like symptoms and was forced to cancel her Grand Ole Opry appearance scheduled for tonight (Feb. 21). The performance would have marked Lucy’s Opry debut, which the singer/actress calls “a lifelong dream.” It will be rescheduled for a later date.

One date that hopefully won’t change is the release of Lucy’s Road Between album, which will hit stores on June 3. Lucy’s lead single from the project, “You Sound Good to Me,” was penned by Luke Laird, Ashley Gorley and Hillary Lindsey and is available now.

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