Singer George Michael has said he was 'overwhelmed' with guilt about having to cancel his concert last night. George pulled out of his second Symphonica:
The Orchestral Tour show at London's Royal Albert Hall because of a viral infection and back problems but has today promised he will make it up to his fans. The 48-year-old wrote on his Twitter
page: "London, I am truly sorry about last night, but I had performed on Tuesday with my back in spasm and a splitting headache. "Without a doubt the most difficult show of my life, but London
you were wonderful to me. "Have no doubt, I will reschedule last nights show, please keep those tickets. "I've worked through colds before on tour because it's such a horrific thought that people
turn up and are turned away. "The guilt is overwhelming, but this time I had absolutely no choice. Was feverish yesterday but feeling better today." He was forced to pull out of his gig yesterday
after his opening night on Tuesday. Michael is due to perform again at the Royal Albert Hall on Friday and Saturday. He added: "I'm sure I'll be fine for tomorrow and Saturday." The cancelled
concert will be rescheduled.