Internet Reacts To Kylie Cancelling Her Ireland Shows

Kylie fans were left reeling when she announced her Dublin and Belfast gigs were cancelled, resulting in some interesting internet reactions.

Kylie Minogue

“If anyone needs me I will be sitting down in my shower crying”

Kylie fans were left heartbroken yesterday evening as the pop princess announced the cancellation of her Dublin and Belfast dates due to a throat infection, but some of the internet reactions were priceless.

When the Spinning Around songstress announced that the shows were not going ahead, little did she know that she had basically just announced the apocalypse.

She said in an Instagram post:

“I’m so sorry to let you know that I can’t do tonight’s Dublin or tomorrow’s Belfast shows. I’ve been trying everything possible to be well enough to perform for you but a throat infection has led to vocal strain.”

Earlier in the day, fans had been tweeting about their excitement to see the pop idol’s Golden tour.

After the news of the show’s cancellation broke, the dramatic effect of the news took its toll on Kylie fans.

And this fan was literally just having the worst day.

While some fans had some interesting political theories about the revelations…

Other fans gave their top tips to a sickly Kylie.

While this poor woman was in disbelief.

Some noticed the irony of the situation and pointed out Kylie’s song I Was Gonna Cancel. Maybe this was some kind of warning…

Although the news was rather upsetting, some fans may have taken their frustration a bit too far.

But most of Kylie’s fans were understanding of the poorly pop star’s situation.

Fans should not fret too much though, as the singer assured us that she will be returning to perform in Ireland soon, and promised that “the Guinness will be on me!”

Rescheduled dates are yet to be confirmed, but concert promoters have advised to hold on to their tickets. Aiken Promotions wrote on their website, “Aiken Promotions apologise for any inconvenience and ask ticket holders to please hold onto their tickets while they work to reschedule the dates.”

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