Miley Cyrus is finally free.
According to a new report, the 21-year-old songstress has returned home after an “extreme allergic reaction” to antibiotics landed her in the hospital on April 15 and ultimately forced her to cancel her remaining U.S. tour dates on her highly anticipated Bangerz tour.
“She is feeling much better and Europe is still on,” a source close to the singer tells E! News of the European leg of her tour—set to start in Amsterdam in one week.
While hospitalized, Miley maintained her positive attitude, often interacting with fans and cracking jokes on social media—for example, she posted a picture wearing a duck-faced oxygen mask on Instagram, with the caption “This hospitals full of a bunch of QUACKS."
Some reports insisted her hospitalization was caused by her heartbreak after her beloved dog Floyd was killed by a coyote. As TMZ first reported, Miley was allegedly trying to numb the pain with partying and drug use—which could be complicated by the fact Miley suffers from tachycardia, a condition defined by a faster-than-normal heartbeat, which she first confirmed suffering from in her 2009 memoir Miles to Go.
Five doctors, who have not personally treated the “Wrecking Ball” singer, have confirmed to In Touch partying, drug use and heavy drinking could be putting her life in danger.
“She could get heart-muscle problems and even heart failure at worst,” Dr. Mark Urman, attending cardiologist and LA’s Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, tells the mag.
“She could even end up with a stroke. She should not smoke, drink or do drugs. It’s a path to self-destruction.”
E! was the first to report of Miley’s release.