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Halsey shares health update following the release of new song ‘The End’

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Halsey has shared an update regarding their health following the release of their brand new single ‘The End‘.Yesterday (June 4), the ‘So Good’ singer took to her Instagram account and shared a carousel of photos and videos of them at various points of their treatment.

One saw them in a mask on “day one” of her treatment, while another was a montage of them in a hospital at various points.In the first video, she is seen saying: “I feel like an old lady.

I told myself I’m giving myself two more years to be sick. I’m 30, I’m having a rebirth and I’m not going to be sick, I’m going to look super hot and have lots of energy and I’m just going to get to redoing my twenties and my thirties.”The post revealed that she has written an album and her new single ‘The End’ was released.

In her post, the charities Lupus Research Alliance and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society were tagged in the caption with proceeds from ‘The End’ to both charities.A post shared by halsey (@iamhalsey)A post shared by halsey (@iamhalsey)Now, the artist has shared another carousel post on Instagram with photos of them playing the piano and guitar along with scrapbook collages of them as a child.

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