Jess Glynne has pulled out of another festival appearance, with fans attending Glasgow’s TRNSMT the latest to be disappointed.
Glynne has argued her withdrawal from this weekend’s TRNSMT festival (July 12-14) is under the advice of her doctor due to ongoing concerns of her vocal welfare.
The popstar assured fans the withdrawal from the Glasgow music festival is due to a haemorrhaged vocal cord.
The Rather Be singer justified her reasons on Twitter in a bid to provide full clarity to her fans.
This is not the first instance of her aloofness, on June 16, Glynne pulled out of the Isle of Wight festival, only moments before she was due to appear on stage, facing down accusations her absence was related to partying with the Spice Girls following the close of the Wembley leg of their reunion tour. While she also failed to perform at Radio 1’s Big Weekend at short notice in May, citing a loss of voice.
I knew I just wasn’t going to be able to make that performance has now been made clear to be by my doctor, Dr Zeitels.
Consequently, the popstar was banned from performing the Isle Of Wight Festival ever again. Organiser John Giddings told The Mirror:
It shows no regards for people that bought a ticket. It’s so sad that an artist would do that to their fans.
Glynne will hope fans are forgiving of the loss from the TRNSMT line up having already faced Snow Patrol’s decision to opt out, to be replaced by Lewis Capaldi.
A replacement for Jess Glynne at TRNSMT is yet to be confirmed to the public.
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