Singer Meghan Trainor says opting for the vocal chord surgery was the biggest setback for her.
The 21-year-old “All About That Bass” hitmaker, who made an appearance at “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”, said she was nervous before coming on stage, reported People magazine.
“It was a big slap in the face. I have to be more strict and try not to get sick, even though it’s hard with the schedules. I was trying my best, so it’s just sleep is very difficult. It’s hard to sleep on a moving bus. You gotta learn and get more tricks and try to be healthy,” Trainor said.
The American singer revealed that she can now feel when she is stressing too much on her vocal chord and knows when to stop.
“I’m more aware of my voice. I know when I’m using it too much and I can feel it still, and I know when I’m like, ‘We’re gonna not talk.’
“This morning, I didn’t speak at all because I was like, ‘I’m gonna save it for today because I have an hour of interviews,’ so I have to think like that, which a lot of people don’t have to do, but it’s a new thing in my world,” she said.