Adam Levine, Maroon 5, Grammys, Performance

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UPDATE: Adam Levine tweeted on Saturday, "Feeling Better today. Saw The Doc. Resuming tour in Birmingham tomorrow! We're Baaaack!"


Sorry Liverpool fans, but you won't be belting your hearts out to "Sugar" tonight with Adam Levine while wishing he would come and put it down on you.

The Maroon 5 frontman had to unfortunately cancel their concert tonight at the Echo Arena due to throat problems. Levine took to Twitter to apologize to U.K. fans, writing, "Guys, I HATE having to let you down tonight. My cords [sic] are toast. We resume Sunday in Birmingham. Apologies. :("

He also previously released a statement explaining, "I am really sorry not to be able to perform tonight, but I have been told to rest up by the doctor. As a band we always want to give every performance our all and sadly I just cannot do that tonight."

Feelin this.....@marycharteris ??

A photo posted by Behati Prinsloo Levine (@behatiprinsloo) on

The Echo Arena Liverpool also issued a statement to explain what ticket-holders can do in order to get a refund for their purchase. The venue advised people to return to their point of purchase in order to arrange a refund.

Echo Arena and TicketQuarter customers will be refunded via their credit card over the next few days, while customers who paid in cash will be able to receive a refund in person from TicketQuarter in Queen Square on Monday.

Maroon 5 recently wrapped a sold out 30-city North American arena tour in April, and just kicked off the European leg of their world tour in Paris on May 24 at Zenith Paris.

Levine is keeping the rock star inside of him alive during this down time, though. His wife Behati Prinsloo (who recently changed her name to Behati Prinsloo Levine on Instagram, and seems to be accompanying her love on the tour) posted a photo of her hubby on IG today, showing the celeb rocking a KISS-inspired wig—and flaunting some chest—while pretending to sing his heart out.

"Feelin this.....," she wrote. Yeah, us, too.

 (Originally published Friday, May 29, 2015 at 5:07 p.m. PST)

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