SINGER Morrissey has suffered a “medical emergency” that has plunged his debate of Canada into doubt.
The Smiths star, 59, was due to perform in Vancouver final night though cancelled 3 gigs following a puzzling collision while travelling.
A Ticketmaster matter said: “Due to a medical puncture stemming from an collision incurred while travelling in Europe, Morrissey will be forced to postpone his performances in Vancouver to Oct 14 and 15, 2019.
“Spirits are high and a artist is on a trail to a quick recovery. All tickets will be current for a new date and exchanges will not be necessary. Thank we for your understanding.”
It added: “Morrissey looks brazen to creation his long-awaited lapse to a city and wishes to deeply appreciate everybody for their patience.
“All remaining dates on Morrissey’s debate will resume as planned, commencing in Toronto on Friday Apr 26.”
WAS TO END SEAL HUNT PROTEST
Morrissey, who after pushed behind a serve gig in Edmonton, Canada, to October, had been due to finish his 15-year criticism of a country’s sign hunt.
He wrote final year: “My preference to lapse to Canada after roughly 15 years of criticism opposite a monster and Neanderthal annual Baby Seal Kill is wholly since my position was eventually of no use and helped no one.
“My voice was drowned out by a bloody pitch of peaked axes abrasive a heads of babies. On my lapse to Canada we feel that we can be of some-more use by creation sizeable donations to animal insurance groups in any city that we play.”
The thespian was pounded on theatre final year, when a fan invaded a theatre during a uncover in San Diego.
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