Singer Emma Bunton was left in tears after she had to cancel a concert for the first time ever.
The Spice Girls member, 46, was forced to cancel her show at the York Barbican just 90 minutes before the event.
Taking to social media, Baby Spice conveyed her sincerest apologies to her fans, sharing that she is just as “heartbroken” and “devastated” about the issue as they are.
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“Please accept my sincere apologies, my Christmas Show in York cannot go ahead tonight,” she said about what would have been yesterday’s show.
“I have been advised by my doctor that I am unable to perform. I am absolutely devastated and l’ll see you all again very soon.”
“I have never in my whole career ever had to cancel a gig and I can’t stop crying. I tried my hardest to make tonight happen. Thank you for all your beautiful messages of support,” she wrote soon after.
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She also later shared that she won’t be able to perform at the next show in Birmingham as well, which would have been held on Saturday.
“I feel like I have let so many of you down today & it has left me heartbroken,” she shared later, “With rest & medication I wake every morning with hope. Birmingham I am here but unfortunately won’t be able to perform tonight under doctors orders.”
Bunton is currently on her Christmas tour, Emma Bunton and Friends.
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On the tour, which began on December 12 in Manchester, she is performing “Christmas Classics plus her solo and Spice Girls hits.”
There is only one more show left of the tour, at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, which is scheduled for Monday.
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