Singer Mariah Carey was admitted to a Boston hospital late Monday for treatment of dehydration and food poisoning, her publicist said.
Carey is in fair condition at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she was taken after eating raw oysters in Atlanta during the weekend, according to publicist Cindi Berger. "She's on IV fluids and is resting," Berger said.
Carey's Tuesday performance at Boston's Fleet Center was postponed until April 13. There was no word on whether other upcoming dates, including a show Friday in Toronto, will be rescheduled.
Carey is touring in support of her ninth album, Rainbow (1999), which includes the song "Heartbreaker" (RealAudio excerpt).