Lily Allen, a British singer and songwriter, has apologised to fans after cancelling her Wednesday night show in Chicago due to illness.
The 33-year-old pop star was scheduled to perform at The Vic Theatre in Illinois, but organisers told concert-goers the gig had been called off.
A statement released by the venue on Twitter, read: “We're sorry to say that tonight's show has been cancelled. Tickets purchased online will be refunded automatically.
“Due to illness, @lilyallen performance scheduled for tonight, October 31, at The Vic Theatre has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience."
I am really quite sick, and I’ve just had some truly devastating news
Lily Allen, British singer
Lily tweeted fans to apologise for the sudden cancellation, writing: “CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS, I have no choice but to cancel tonight and tomorrow’s shows.
“My throat and vocal chords are so inflamed and angry…I am so sorry, I was so looking forward to seeing y’all.”(sic)
The award-winning songstress also wrote: “I am really quite sick, and I’ve just had some truly devastating news.”
Pleading with internet bullies to back off, the mother-of-two asked: “Can you Trolls just allow me for today? Thanks in advance.”
Later, she told fans she would share further details with them shortly, before