Singer Ariana Grande says her anxiety and depression have been at an “all time high lately”.

The singer was forced to call off a meet and greet session with fans in Belgium, following a ‘handful of panic attacks’.


The
singer is set to play dates in Glasgow, Birmingham and London in the
coming weeks as part of her Sweetener World Tour. She sent an email to
fans, who had paid for a meet and greet, informing about her decision to
cancel the meet and greet, reports dailymail.co.uk.


“My anxiety
and depression have been at an all time high lately. I have been giving
you all I’ve got and trying to push through as hard as I can and mask
it. Today has been an extra rough one,” she wrote.


“After a
handful of panic attacks, I feel like the wisest decision would be to
not do sound check party or meet iamp; greet today and preserve my
energy for the show. I don’t want to rush through our time together or
seem shaky.


“I like spending actual time with you and I won’t be
able to be present or give you the best of me today. I wish I had
control over these attacks but as anyone with anxiety or depression
understands, sometimes you can only operate on (its) terms and not your
own,” she continued.


The singer said that her fans will be reimbursed after the cancellation.


“I love you. I’m so sorry. I promise I will absolutely give you the best show I can,” she added.