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Sickness changes some major plans for this country star Instagram/@brettyoungmusic

Brett Young was all lined up to perform his latest No. 1 hit, “Like I Loved You,” on ABC’s “Good Morning America” Thursday morning, Jan. 11, but his body just wouldn’t let him do it. He caught some bug that has him laying in bed sick. You can see him getting some rest in his New York City hotel room in this Instagram photo.

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Canceling his appearance on “GMA” was a real bummer for Brett. While he was personally disappointed to miss that big gig, he also hated to let down his fans who were looking forward to seeing him on TV.

He writes, “Not the NYC trip we had in mind. There’s nothing I hate more than having to cancel shows. Sorry we couldn’t see you on @goodmorningamerica today, but we promise to do everything we can to be back very soon.”

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Brett goes on to thank his fans for understanding and closes out his message with the mask emoji. 😷😷😷

Hundreds of fans chimed in with get well wishes in the comments, and some commented that Brett looked great even though he was sick.

Fan @sydd.x writes, “Still cute 😍.” And @sandra.hermmann23 added, “Nobody looks this damn good sick, do they?”

Brett promises to let us know when he’s got a new date for his make up performance on “Good Morning America.”

That may be hard to do since Brett’s tour schedule is absolutely packed this year. He’s got a full slate of headlining shows starting Saturday night, Jan. 13, at the Grizzly Rose in Denver.

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N C // 📷@shyblakeman 🎤

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He’ll also head down to Mexico to perform at Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa concert event Jan. 17-20 in Riviera Maya. Blake Shelton and Sam Hunt are also on the bill for that event.

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H A R L E Y // #urbana @harleydavidson 📷 by @shyblakeman

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Brett’s headed Down Under to play the CMC Rocks Festival in Brisbane, Australia, in March before heading out on Thomas Rhett’s “Life Changes Tour,” starting April 5 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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