Chiquis' management team posted a message explaining the cancelation on social media.
They shared that Chiquis was OK and receiving medical treatment.
Her fans were so understanding and even left gifts for the star.
La Voz de Michoacán published video of Chiquis' fans getting the news that she would not be performing at the venue. We are sure the posters, flowers and other tokens of appreciation they left behind will lift the entertainer's spirits.
The press caught up with Lorenzo and got him to reveal that Chiquis received care at two hospitals.
According to Lorenzo, Chiquis felt strong stomach pains earlier that day but he thought the show would go on. "She was emergency rushed to the hospital and then she was taken to another hospital, and it seems that her condition is more serious than we thought," he said in Spanish. It appeared that Chiquis was going to need surgery.
Chiquis opened up about needing surgery to remove an ovarian cyst last year.
She told fans that she needed to have one removed after her doctor informed her that it was growing too quickly. It can be very scary and painful but ovarian cysts are extremely common and aren't life-threatening.
Univision's 'El Gordo y La Flaca' shared footage of him and a team of other people, including Chiquis' sister, Jenicka Lopez, at a hospital in Morelia
Those must have been tense moments.
Lorenzo shared a photo from inside a hospital room with an update on her condition on Monday morning.
"Thank you for your prayers she is already recovering #mytrooper," he wrote on his Instagram Story.
We're glad to hear that she is in stable condition.
Stay strong, Chiquis!