Morrissey’s fans were outraged after the singer stopped playing a show in Los Angeles after just 30 minutes.
The Smiths player, 63, was playing a solo concert at the Greek theater on Saturday when he abruptly left the stage.
Before he walked out, he was heard saying, ‘You know, it’s very cold. Can you tell? I can. However, we will continue to, where? Who do you know.’ The temperature in Los Angeles was 53 degrees Fahrenheit at the time.
Abandoned: Morrissey fans were left angry after the singer stopped playing a show in Los Angeles after just 30 minutes.
His band was left confused on stage for several minutes before leaving as well.
One of the band members returned to the stage to tell the audience: ‘Sorry, but due to unforeseen circumstances, the show will not continue.
He added: ‘Very sorry. We’ll see you next time to the boos from the crowd.
CANCELED: The Smiths captain, 63, was playing a solo concert at the Greek theater on Saturday when he abruptly left the stage
Hitmaker: Morrissey was seen performing on stage in California before deciding it was too cold to go on
Left reeling: Fans of the Greek theater, which has 5,900 people, were left wondering what to do with the rest of their evening after the singer canceled the party
Eyes Peeling: Morrissey later took to social media to tell his fans that alternate arrangements would be made after the concert was partially cancelled.
Unmoved: Fans said the musical started about an hour late at the Greek Theatre, located in Griffith Park in Los Angeles.
Morrissey’s official Instagram said: “Thank you for hanging out last night, Los Angeles. We love you and are grateful for your support.
Please wait for more announcements soon.
No official reason has been given for the cancellation yet, but several fans online have indicated that Morrissey was ‘too cold’ on the outside.
One person at the event tweeted: “So, #Morrissey walked off the stage at the Greek theater after 30 minutes. It seems that it was very cold. Meanwhile, it’s in the fifties.
Off the stage: Morrissey is seen walking off the stage while his guitarist peeks over his shoulder
Making Music: Morrissey was seen singing after being late for an hour, but fans said he stopped after 30 minutes of the party because it was too cold.
Complaints: Many unenthusiastic fans took to Twitter to express their disappointment that Morrissey had left the stage, with his loyalists saying the temperature was in the 1950s.
The statement: Morrissey’s official Instagram post said: ‘Thank you for coming last night, Los Angeles. We love you and are grateful for your support. Please prepare for more announcements soon.”
While someone else said: ‘Morrissey legal just canceled his 5 song concert because he was ‘cold’ after being late for about an hour…BRO what we spent $300 on each ticket and it won’t be refunded. ”
Fans were outraged by the singer’s actions and took to the comments and Twitter to express their frustration.
‘Too cold’: No official reason has been given for cancellation yet, but many fans online have suggested Morrissey was ‘too cold’ on the outside court.
Someone said: This is disgusting! Why is it so abruptly canceled in Greek theatre?’
Another echoed: “We are very concerned about the show being canceled halfway through. Over $1,500 in tickets and parking. People are making sacrifices to attend these shows.”
A third agreed, writing: “Just spent his 450 to stop for 30 minutes in his group don’t buy tickets because it shows a waste of money and gas.”
Annoyed: Fans were angry at the singer’s actions and took to comments and Twitter to express their frustration
And a fourth wrote: If you can’t stop, don’t wander anymore. Money is scarce for everyone these days and people saved up money to see you, what a disappointment.
However, one fan came to Morrissey’s defense and wrote: “I think it’s absolutely right for a man in his sixties to make his health and well-being a priority, even if it means rescheduling the show.
“It’s sad that so many people who seem impressed enough to go to the Morrissey show are angry at him for the unpardonable crime of being human.”
Defender: However, a fan came to Morrissey’s defense and wrote: “I think it’s absolutely right for a man in his sixties to make his health and well-being a priority, even if it means rescheduling a show.”