Adele is sending her love to disappointed concertgoers in Phoenix, Ariz.
The British singing star is recovering from a cold and filmed an emotional video telling fans she had no choice but to cancel her Phoenix show slated for Wednesday night.
“I can’t do my show tonight, my second show here. I’m really, really sorry,” she explained.
The 28-year-old songstress, sporting a red-nose and puffy eyes, appeared visibly tired and ill in the video.
The show will not go on Wednesday night for Adele.
“I’ve been pushing though it and I did my show last night and I loved it, but I pushed too hard,” she said.
This would have been her second consecutive night at the Talking Stick Resort in downtown Phoenix.
“My cold has gotten the better of me,” she said.
The “Hello” hit maker repeatedly apologized to her legion of fans, sounding distraught to let them down.
“I know lots of fan would be flying in, from all over, it’s the last thing I want to do but I have to look after myself because I’ve got so many more shows to do,” she said.
“Even if I did the show, it wouldn’t be any good,” she added.
The singer promised to reschedule and “smash” the delayed performance.
“I’m really, really sorry, have a wonderful evening without me,” she concluded, blowing a kiss to her fans.
The singer has been busy trekking across the world as part of her would tour, which is set to end on Nov. 15.
She has rarely cancelled her concerts and only did so in 2011, when she pulled the plug on a 10-city U.S. tour due to a vocal cord hemorrhage.