Tony Bennett’s weekend concerts were postponed due to the flu — but bigger concerns are looming!
The 90-year-old crooner was scheduled to perform in Pennsylvania on Saturday night, but had to pull out under doctor’s orders to not travel or perform.
Bennett was also scheduled to perform on Mother’s Day at Caesar’s Atlantic City, putting a damper on Mom’s night out.
As The ENQUIRER has reported, the living legend is seriously forgetting aspects of his life and frequently loses his train of thought!
Late last year, while onstage talking about his recent memoir, “Just Getting Started”, Bennett couldn’t recall how he met his four-decades-younger wife, Susan Benedetto, whom he wed in 2007, according to a source.
A rep for Bennett claimed he is currently in perfect health, but sources close to the entertainer believe his memory his rapidly declining.
Scientists familiar with brain activity believe the organ stores information like a computer, and with a lifetime of song lyrics in his head the singer may finally have run out of “storage space.”
The 2016 Grammy-award winner said he looks forward to continuing his performance schedule “very soon” through his publicist.