Normani was forced to cancel her performance at the BET Awards on Sunday night.

Though her performance was never officially announced by the network, a promo featuring the singer aired on television and surfaced on social media late Saturday night.

And despite having been not confirmed, it is heavily speculated that she would have performed during the award show’s Usher tribute, which also featured Chloe Bailey, Tinashe, Latto, Coco Jones, Victoria Monét and more.

Normani an sustained injury

In a post on her Instagram story, Normani revealed that she suffered an injury during rehearsals that was significant enough to cancel the performance.

She posted a statement that read in part, “I am more frustrated and disappointed than anyone believe me. I wanted to get on here and give you guys an update letting you know that while in rehearsals for BET I had a really bad accident and injured myself. I am normally good for powering through under any circumstance but unfortunately due to my doctor’s orders, I am just not able to make this performance happen.”

Normani also shared a photo of herself using crutches and wearing a bandage over her knee.

She continued, “I desperately wanted to give you my best on that stage, but performing would delay my healing. Trust me, I hear you, and I see you. There is nothing more that I wanted to do than perform for you and also, get back to doing what fulfills me most-being on stage. Thank you so much for understanding.”

The singer, most known as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony, recently released her long-gestating debut album, Dopamine, after significant delays. Throughout promo for the album, she has discussed her parents’ health issues, personal issues including anxiety, as well as a change in management that all have had a hand in the long road to the album.