The morning after! Brian CANCELS his gig after a night out in Dublin


Belfast fans were left disappointed on Sunday night when Brian McFadden cancelled a gig at the last minute.

Unfortunately for ticket-holders, the singer had lost his voice and was forced to reschedule until next year. But given what Brian was up to the night before, we're not inclined to have much sympathy for him…

The former Westlife star was reportedly spotted in Lillie's Bordello on Saturday evening, catching up with some old friends. We hope he was on the Lemsip…

Brian, who recently split from his wife of three years Vogue Williams, was seen relaxing with his friend and fellow musician Keith Duffy, according to the Irish Independent.

The singer also bumped into his former Westlife bandmate Nicky Byrne, who was enjoying a night out with his wife Georgina.

"Lovely to see @NickyByrne @GginaAhernByrne and the rest of the Baldoyle massive last night. Been a long time," Brian wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

Taking to Instagram from his sick bed yesterday, the star admitted his voice had decided "to go on holidays," rasping into the camera to prove his point.


My voice has decide to go on holidays

A video posted by brianmcfadden (@brianmcfadden123) on

According to gig promoters SD Entertainment, the singer was suffering from a "serious vocal illness" which meant he couldn't perform.

"We could see your voice was going in Dublin when you were talking. Your singing voice still sounded amazing though," wrote one fan on Twitter.

"Mine goes like that too after a rip of drink," added another cheeky follower. 

Hopefully he's on the mend today!

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