Pop singer Gwen Stefani was forced to cancel a gig in Las Vegas over the weekend due to some health issues.
Stefani was slated to perform a show on Saturday, February 8 at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood as a part of her I’m Just A Girl Vegas residency series. However, on Friday night, she took to Twitter to cancel the show, noting that she was still not feeling well and would have to call-off the gig, writing that fans can receive refunds at point of purchase. She promised fans that she is trying to get better to return to the stage later this month.
“I am doing everything I can to get well & plan to be back on stage for my shows February 12-22,” she said in a tweet. “Thank u for all the well wishes. Hope to see you back in Vegas soon.”
She’ll be performing in Vegas through May, but has a handful of one-off shows in between, including an appearance at RodeoHouston this March. She’s also set to play in the Dominican Republican in March, followed by shows throughout South America, Spain, France, and Switzerland later this year.
This Is What The Truth Feels Like, Stefani’s last studio record, dropped in 2016. She has since released the holiday album You Make It Feel Like Christmas in 2018, as well as the 15th anniversary edition of her debut Love Angel Music Baby. The 2004 LP helped Stefani break-out into the pop scene with smash-hit tracks “Rich Girl,” “Hollaback Girl,” and “Bubble Pop Electric.”