George Ezra cancels gig at London's O2 Arena after feeling 'incredibly unwell'

George Ezra cancels gig at London's O2 Arena after feeling 'incredibly unwell'


George Ezra has been forced to pull out of his performance at London’s The O2 Arena due to sickness.

The Budapest singer, 29, has canceled Tuesday night’s gig at the Greenwich venue after he began to feel unwell, a statement posted on his Twitter explained.

The post said: ‘Hi everyone, unfortunately George has 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. 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.’

Vertigo feels like you or everything around you is spinning, enough to affect your balance, with an attack lasting anything from a few seconds to months, according to the NHS.

He added: ‘Unfortunately, to prevent further damage, I spoke with a doctor here and I’m going to have to just take a week to let this die down and let it heal properly rather than do any permanent damage to my voice.

Let’s hope both George and Lewis get well soon.

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