Due to “severe vertigo,” George Ezra postponed his performance at The O2 on Tuesday night. After the doctor’s advice, the “Budapest” singer was forced to postpone the event at the last minute.
The 29-year-old musician’s source of vertigo, which makes a person feel like they are spinning even when they are still, has yet to be made public.
George’s crew is attempting to reschedule the performance.
“Hi, everyone. Unfortunately, George started feeling incredibly unwell this afternoon. He’s been diagnosed by a doctor as having acute vertigo, and as a result, we sincerely regret to announce that tonight’s show at the O2 in London will not be able to go ahead as planned. We wanted to let you know as soon as possible,” the statement on Ezra’s social media pages read.
“Ticket holders, all tickets remain valid, and please bear with us as we reschedule the show – we’re very sorry for everyone who has travelled for tonight,” it added.
George recently hinted that he could stay away from the spotlight following his most recent tour.
“This might be a conversation for another time, but I don’t feel an urge or want to continue operating in the way we do at the minute. And that’s not a rebellion, and it’s just how I feel. Like, ‘Cool, that was a thing,’” Ezra said.
In the meantime, George recently revealed his arduous journey from Land’s End to John o’ Groats, which he accomplished in 95 days while walking 30 miles daily.