The show must go on.
At least, that's Miley Cyrus' mentality after the pop star came down with the flu and was forced to cancel her concert in Charlotte on Monday night, but E! News has learned she will power through and take the stage in Raleigh, N.C. tonight.
"She's feeling a little better," a source tells E! News of the Bangerz beauty, who has been battling major "throat and sinus" issues.
Unfortunately for fans, Miley's cancelled Charlotte show will not be rescheduled, although she is expected to perform in Washington, D.C. on Thursday followed by an Auburn Hills, Mich., show on Saturday. No further announcements have been made regarding the 21-year-old star's upcoming tour dates.
Thus far, Miley has made no mention of her cancelled Bangerz concert via social media, although she did take to Twitter on Sunday night to write, "excruciating pain."
In addition to falling under the weather, Miley has been in mourning following the recent death of her dog Floyd, which left the singer completely "broken."
Despite dealing with Floyd's passing, Miley continued on with her Bangerz tour and opted to sing a rendition of Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide" in memory of her pooch last week, during which she broke down in tears.
Days later, while performing at Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, Cyrus paid tribute to her beloved pet by dancing around a giant replica of the late Alaskan Klee Kai.
She has since debuted her new dog Moonie, who was given to the star by her mother Tish, after Floyd's passing.