‘All’s Good’ with Prince After Emergency Landing

Superstar Prince was back at his home in Chanhassen, Minn., late Friday after the plane carrying him to an Atlanta show made an emergency landing earlier that morning in Moline, Ill.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that a source close to the musician told had been suffering from “bad dehydration.”

“All’s good,” the source said.

A representative for Prince had told that he had been fighting the flu for several weeks and had cancelled two shows set for April 7 in Atlanta. He tried to make a performance Thursday night, but was still not feeling well. When his plane took off he began feeling worse and the jet made the emergency landing. After about three hours, he boarded the aircraft again and returned home.

Prince is embarking on his “Piano & A Microphone” tour, in which he performs alone without a backing band, in cities stretching from Minneapolis to Melbourne, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand.