Someone get her some tissues and cough syrup! Gwen Stefani canceled her Las Vegas show after announcing she was too sick to perform on Instagram.
On Tuesday, July 23, the ‘Holla Back Girl’ singer, 49, posted a heartfelt message to her fans stating she would be a no-show to her schedule performance on July 24.
“I am so upset to share that I am unwell & will not be able to perform my Vegas residency show tomorrow night. I was so looking forward to seeing everyone & performing & I wish I wasn’t feeling the way that I do,” confessed the blonde rock star. “To everyone who was coming to Wednesday’s show, I am so sorry. I am doing everything I can to be back on-stage Friday.”
As of now, there is no word on Gwen’s exact diagnosis, and she is still scheduled to perform at her Vegas residency on Friday, July 26. Friends and fans have reached out to send Gwen well wishes. Tons of celebs showed the Harajuku girl love in the comments. Kris Jenner wrote, “Feel better pretty girl!! 💕🙏,” while designer Jeremy Scott added, “GET WELL GWEN WE LOVE YOU !💘💘💘.”
Gwen kicked off her “Just a Girl” Las Vegas residency on June 27, 2018 at the Zappos Theater. She originally was scheduled to perform 25 shows through mid-March 2019, but since extended her residency until November 2 and added 21 more dates. “It feels like a chapter. I’ve done this long enough to know that when it’s happening, this is it,” Gwen told People back in July 2018. “You look at it and reflect on it with joy and gratitude and you realize how that was magic … You can’t really see that while it’s happening because you’re in it. It just feels so good to get to this point.”
The red-lipped rocker has tons of support on stage from her man Blake Shelton. Gwen performs “Make Me Like You,” a song she wrote about the country star, 43, at her residency as a tribute to him and his support. We can bet Blake is by her bedside with chicken soup in hand!
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