Singer Adele has fallen ill and postponed her Wednesday evening concert in Phoenix.
"I've had a cold for a couple days and I've been pushing through it, and I did my show last night, and I loved it, but I pushed too hard. And my cold has gotten the better of me," she said in a video posted to her Twitter account .
"Even if I did the show, it wouldn't be very good," she said in the 59-second video.
WATCH ADELE'S VIDEO MESSAGE BELOW:
— Adele (@Adele) August 17, 2016
She performed Tuesday evening to a sold-out crowd at Talking Stick Resort Arena. She was scheduled to perform another sold-out show on Wednesday evening.
"I will reschedule the show, I promise you, and I'll come back and smash it for you. I'm really sorry. Have a wonderful evening without me," Adele said at the end of the video.
According to her website , Adele is scheduled to perform at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on August 20 and 21. Both of those shows are sold out.
FANS WITH TICKETS -- WHAT TO DO NEXT
Right now, there isn't a lot to do, except wait for more information to be sent out.
A spokesperson for Live Nation Phoenix confirmed that the show has been postponed. A new show date has not been announced yet.
Fans are being told to hold onto their tickets and await updates. If you need a refund, they will be given out at the point of purchase.
Get better, Adele, and we'll see you back in Phoenix soon.