Olly Murs cancels Glasgow Hydro appearance one hour before due on stage

Olly Murs has left Scots fans gutted after announcing he will not be performing at the Hydro this evening - just as doors were set to open.

The pop-star was set to play in front of thousands of revellers at the Hydro tonight, supporting Take That.

But the Glasgow venue has just announced that Murs won't be on stage due to "unforeseen circumstances."

A statement on their social media reads: "We are sorry to advise, due to unforeseen circumstances beyond anyone’s control, Olly Murs cannot perform tonight (Friday) in Glasgow. We’re very sorry for the inconvenience."

Fans took to social media to slam the star - whose flight has reportedly been delayed from London.

Lynsay McClurg said: "Surely the record company could have arranged a private jet or helicopter, it's been going on since 2!! Must have been flights to Edinburgh he could have got on at least!!"

Nicola Kelly added: "Could he not have flew into Edinburgh or went to a different London airport instead of sitting there all day"

Robert Gibson chimed: "He should have been up a day earlier for rehearsals etc instead of leaving it to the last minute Lot of disappointment tonight."

Take That will perform in Glasgow on Friday May 3, Saturday May 4 and Sunday May 5 2024 at the OVO Hydro.

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