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Shock as MOBO-nominated singer cancels big gig at the last minute as he issues apology to fans

SINGER Wes Nelson has been forced to cancel his gig at Sizzle Club in Zante at the last minute.

The MOBO-nominated star had planned to perform for his fans at the exclusive club today (July 5).

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The star was set to perform at Sizzle Club in Zante[/caption]
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Wes Nelson has had to cnacel his gig last minute[/caption]
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He announced the news on Instagram[/caption]

Taking to his Instagram Stories on Thursday, he wrote: “Due to circumstances out o my control. I’ve been told my show nin Zante tomorrow is cancelled.

“Gutted for any of you that are out there, I was looking forward to this one.”

Wes has not yet provided any additional details about his cancellation.

The Sun has contacted his rep for comment.

Since leaving Love Island in 2018, Wes has made a big name for himself in the music industry, with his latest single with Craig David.

But in April the star was forced to postpone his upcoming music tour.

He had planned to hit the road before the summer to perform for his fans but has since moved the tour dates to later this year.

Wes broke the news on Instagram, but admitted it was all for a good reason.

He told his followers that he landed a new deal with Sony that would see him have his own record label, Foot Down Records.

This allows him to release his music under his own company while still receiving support from the industry giant Sony Music Entertainment.

Wes has seen his music career skyrocket after taking part in The X Factor: Celebrity as part of No Love Lost.

Since the band, the star has gone solo and enjoyed a string of chart hits including See Nobody, Nice To Meet Ya and Abracadabra.

He has already worked with chart-topping acts including French Montana and Clean Bandit.

Wes Postponed His Tour

Taking to Instagram, he said: “I’m really excited about my new venture with Sony and launching my own record label Foot Down Records.

“However, because we’ve just started that, the idea was to get brand new music out for tour so we are going to have to move the tour back.”

Wes continued: “We just wanted to get more music out because as it stands we haven’t got enough to sort of make it a new tour.

“With this now kicking off, we are gonna have a load of new music and we’re literally working on it right now to get everything ready and put on the best tour possible.”

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