Actor-singer Mandy Moore has canceled the remainder of her "In Real Life" concert tour that began on June 10, citing pregnancy issues.
"It is with a heavy heart and much consideration that I have to let you all know that I am cancelling my remaining show dates in 2022," the singer and "This Is Us" Emmy Award nominee, 38, announced Tuesday on Instagram and her official website. "It has been an honor and an absolute dream to return to the stage again this past month, performing for all of you."
Moore, already the parent of 16-month-old son Gus with her singer-songwriter husband Taylor Goldsmith, explained that, "When we booked these shows, I wasn't pregnant and although I truly thought I could power through, the way we are traveling (long hours on the bus and not getting proper rest) has caught up, taken its toll, and made it feel too challenging to proceed. I know that I have to put my family and my health (and the health of my baby) first and the best place for me to be right now is at home."
She thanked fans, and noted tickets would be refunded at the point of purchase.
The tour's opening act, Canadian singer-songwriter AHI wrote, "I completely support you sis!! Thank you for letting me into your world, if even for a short run. Wishing you and your family health and blessings!!" Also posting their support were Moore's "This Is Us" co-star Chrissy Metz and Seaford-native singer-producer Matthew Koma.
Goldsmith, 36, frontman of the Americana band Dawes, has not commented publicly.
The tour, Moore's first in over a decade, began June 10 in Atlanta, and played Manhattan's Webster Hall on June 15. Following a scheduled break after her June 25 show in Nashville, Tennessee, the tour would have picked up in Dallas on July 6 and ended with a performance at Rhode Island's Newport Folk Festival on July 24.
Moore was married to singer Ryan Adams from 2009 until separating in 2015 and finalizing their divorce the following year. She wed Goldsmith on Nov. 18, 2018. This June 3, each had announced the pregnancy on Instagram.
"One incredibly seminal chapter of my life just ended," Moore had written, alluding to the series finale of NBC's 2016-22 multigenerational drama "This Is Us" on May 24, "and the next one, as a mother of two, is about to start … and are we ever so deeply grateful and excited. Baby Boy Goldsmith #2 coming this fall! Tour is gonna be slightly different than I expected but I can't wait and Gus is gonna be the BEST big brother!!"