Stefani sent out a tweet that said: “I am so sorry, but I am still not feeling well & will be unable to perform my #JustAGirlVegas show Saturday, February 8 at @ZapposTheater at @PHVegas.”
She added that she’s doing her best to make sure she can perform for her shows running Feb. 12-22.
“I am doing everything I can to get well & plan to be back on stage for my shows February 12 – 22. Thank u for all of the well wishes. Hope to see you back in Vegas soon. gx #onlyhuman #imsorry #loveuguys,” she tweeted.
The news of Stefani’s show cancellation came down just a couple days after she posted a clip of her dancers getting ready for the Vegas shows.
The last time we saw Stefani, she was performing the new song “Nobody But You” with her boyfriend, Blake Shelton, during the 2020 Grammys. When Entertainment Tonight asked Shelton about working with Stefani, he pointed out the strong chemistry they share on the song.
“Gwen was crying when we even just talked about singing it together at all,” Shelton said. “It just seemed to fit perfectly with our story, and, musically, I think it walks the line of what I can do and what she can do. Everything just kind of aligned and came together, and it’s one of those once-in-a-lifetime moments.”
Fans sent along their condolences.
@jennifertrp wrote: “i love you so much!! i’m so sorry you’re not feeling well. we’re gonna keep praying and sending you all the love your way so that you feel better soon. take all the time you need to heal!”
@KieraJuku94 tweeted: “I hope you feel better soon… I know it probably kills you to cancel. I wanted nothing more than to see you and saved up to come to Vegas this weekend. I’m so devastated, if there’s ever an open seat at a future show let me and @blakleee know ? we love you.”
I am doing everything I can to get well & plan to be back on stage for my shows February 12 – 22. Thank u for all of the well wishes. Hope to see you back in Vegas soon. ❤️🤒😷🤐🤕🤧🤬 🙏 gx #onlyhuman #imsorry #loveuguys
— Gwen Stefani (@gwenstefani) February 7, 2020
Stefani’s “Just a Girl” residency began June 27, 2018, and is scheduled to wrap on May 16, 2020. It’s been at the Zappos Theatre at Planet Hollywood resort in Las Vegas.
“Just a Girl” was also the name of the song Stefani sang while she was with the ska punk band No Doubt. Some of the songs Stefani and her group have performed during the residency have been songs from both her time in No Doubt and from her solo work, like “Spiderwebs,” “What You Waiting For?” “Don’t Speak,” and “Hollaback Girl.”