Gwen Stefani has canceled tonight’s Vegas show after falling ill, which could have been caused from belting out tunes with her hunny at the Mid-State Fair!
The singer shared the upsetting news, announcing she had to cancel her Wednesday residency show in Las Vegas because she’s “unwell.”
Taking to Instagram, Stefani said she was “sorry” and had been “looking forward to seeing everyone.”
She adds, “I wish I wasn’t feeling the way I do. To everyone who was coming to Wednesday’s show, I am so sorry.”
Ending the post, Stefani says she hopes she’ll be able to perform this weekend.
“I am doing everything I can to be back on stage Friday,” she assures fans.
Interestingly enough, days ago she was on the stage with Blake Shelton at the Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles, CA.
Her country singing beau was scheduled to perform on Sunday and Stefani sat on the sidelines cheering Shelton on.
When he called her out on stage to perform, he not only surprised the crowd, his call surprised his Grammy winning girlfriend too.
The crowd lost their minds when the singer came made her way to the stage.
Stefani and Shelton shared the spotlight belting out their 2016 hit, “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.”
She only joined his set for one single song before retreating to support her man from backstage, but she seemed pretty healthy and in really good spirits.
Stefani’s residency in Sin City was announced back in April with her debut shows beginning at Planet Hollywood in June.
If you haven’t had a chance to watch her show, there’s still time.
Her residency is scheduled to conclude on November 2, 2019.