Singer to perform at Queen’s Platinum Jubilee concert


Spare a thought for George Ezra, who is currently at home battling a case of chickenpox. Taking to Twitter, the ‘Budapest’ singer revealed he was forced to cancel his upcoming concerts after contracting the infection. Ezra admitted he was “disgusted” at having to reschedule his concerts at the London Palladium, Manchester Opera House and Edinburgh.

In a video uploaded to Twitter, Ezra told his fans, “I’m in pretty bad shape right now, so I’m sorry to announce that I’m going to have to move my upcoming shows. As you can see, I have chickenpox, and it’s miserable.It’s all the fatigue and fever of the virus, but you also want to scratch your skin.

He added: “I’m absolutely disgusted and recording this video is the last thing I want to do. I haven’t played since 2019, and I was so looking forward to going back. Now, more than ever, I can’t wait to see you all.

Ezra released his new single “Anyone For You” on January 28 and is gearing up for the making of his third album, child of the gold rush, in June. It’s his first since hitting the record high in 2018 Stay with Tamarawhich produced several chart-topping singles, including “Shotgun” and “Paradise”.

June is set to be an incredibly busy month for the British singer, as he has just been announced as the first confirmed act to perform at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration, held in honor of the Queen’s 70-year reign. monarch, at Buckingham Palace on June 4. .

Let’s hope Ezra is in perfect condition for the big event.


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