Illness

Eric Clapton seen in wheelchair after announcing he has 'severe bronchitis'

Eric Clapton gets escorted in a wheelchair and is surrounded by his supportive daughters as he catches a flight out of LAX, UK bound, after canceling several tour dates and making an announcement that it was due to "severe bronchitis."

Eric Clapton gets escorted in a wheelchair and is surrounded by his supportive daughters as he catches a flight out of LAX, UK bound, after canceling several tour dates and making an announcement that it was due to "severe bronchitis."  (X17online.com)

Eric Clapton’s bronchitis seems to be taking a toll.

The legendary musician canceled his Los Angeles concerts last weekend due to “severe bronchitis,” and he was snapped at the airport on Wednesday in a wheelchair.

The 71-year-old singer has only performed two shows so far this year – both a New York City.

He took to Twitter on March 24 to apologize to his fans for having to cancel his Los Angeles concerts. He announced the shows would be rescheduled for September.

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