On hold: Florence Welch, 35, has postponed her Dance Fever Tour after breaking her foot performing at London's O2 Arena on Friday

Florence Welch postpones her Dance Fever tour after breaking her foot

Florence Welch has postponed her Dance Fever Tour after breaking her foot performing at London’s O2 Arena on Friday.

The 35-year-old singer – who fronts Florence + The Machine – took to her Instagram Stories on Saturday to break the news to her fans.

She wrote: “I’m so sorry to say that after an x-ray it appears I danced on a broken foot last night.

On hold: Florence Welch, 35, has postponed her Dance Fever Tour after breaking her foot performing at London’s O2 Arena on Friday

Speaking of which, the singer, who is the frontwoman for Florence + The Machine, took to her Instagram Stories to break the news to her fans on Saturday

Speaking of which, the singer, who is the frontwoman for Florence + The Machine, took to her Instagram Stories to break the news to her fans on Saturday

“It’s not in my nature to postpone a show, let alone a UK tour, but I’m in pain and as dancers know it’s not a good idea to dance on an injury.

“And I was told not to perform to avoid further damage.

“Hold your cards, please. We are working hard to reschedule these dates for next year and will let you know as soon as possible.

Mishap: The star told her fans: She wrote:

Mishap: The star told her fans: She wrote: ‘I’m so sorry to say that after an X-ray it looks like I danced on a broken foot last night’

“I’m heartbroken as the Dance Fever tour was my favorite show we’ve ever put on. communion with you. Their beautiful faces shine.

“I love you so much and I’m so sorry for anyone who’s disappointed. My heart hurts.

“I can’t wait to get back on my feet and be in your arms again.”

It comes after Florence + The Machine went to London’s O2 Arena for their Dance Fever tour on Friday night, with Florence revealing during the performance that she was dancing on a broken foot.

Born performer: Florence made a style statement in a coral ruffled dress as she dazzled in a stunning performance for her Dance Fever tour in London on Friday

Born performer: Florence made a style statement in a coral ruffled dress as she dazzled in a stunning performance for her Dance Fever tour in London on Friday

She showed off her sense of boho style in a statement dress that featured a gorgeous ruffle detail.

The coral garment also featured a sequined lace detail and sheer panel, with the sleeves cascading into a mesh sash while ruffle tiers cascaded underneath.

The You Got The Love hitmaker let her copper-toned tresses fall freely on her chest in a tousled style while lightly accentuating her fair complexion with a soft makeup brush.

Florence delivered a typically stunning performance at the capital’s venue, once taking the stage barefoot.

Though she never fully reveals the reason for her barefoot performances, it’s a common theme for the singer.

Stylish: The coral red garment was also adorned with a sequined lace detail and a sheer panel, with the sleeves falling into a mesh sash while ruffle tiers cascaded underneath

Stylish: The coral red garment was also adorned with a sequined lace detail and a sheer panel, with the sleeves falling into a mesh sash while ruffle tiers cascaded underneath

Loving it: The star put on an energetic performance in the capital and once again took the stage barefoot

Loving it: The star put on an energetic performance in the capital and once again took the stage barefoot

Boho: The You Got The Love hitmaker let her copper-toned locks fall freely on her chest in a tousled style

Natural Beauty: While she slightly enhanced her fair complexion with a soft makeup palette

Boho: The You Got The Love hitmaker let her copper-toned locks fall freely on her chest in a tousled style

During the performance, she appeared energetic as she leaped into the air, throwing both arms over herself and to her side.

The show was the final of the band’s Dance Fever tour, which is promoting their fifth studio album.

The production sees Florence and her indie band take the stage in 2023 in places including Australia, New Zealand, Greece and Spain.

It comes after the star recently admitted it was her haunted by the idea of ​​having children and doesn’t feel ready to become a mother yet.

The performer, who hasn’t been publicly linked to anyone since The Maccabees’ Felix White in 2016, said that while she’s scared, she also dreads the idea of ​​missing out on the opportunity to have children.

In the Zone: Florence put on a typically chilling performance at the capital's venue

In the Zone: Florence put on a typically chilling performance at the capital’s venue

Speaking candidly to Rolling Stone, she said: “To me now, what might be creeping through on this album feels like a slow, creeping overtake.

“It feels like a little ghost — I feel haunted by the idea of ​​children instead of feeling, ‘I’m ready!

“But then it’s this fear that maybe you’re not ready now, but what if you get to the point where you’re sure and you’ve missed it?

“Time isn’t on your side, and that kind of anger is what makes the scream at the end of ‘King’ — I’m not saying I don’t want those things; I just want more time! But… the time isn’t like that. You cannot escape him.”

On the road: The show was the final of the band's Dance Fever tour, which is promoting their fifth studio album

On the road: The show was the final of the band’s Dance Fever tour, which is promoting their fifth studio album

More to come: The tour continues in Bournemouth on Monday 21st November and will take Florence and her indie band to places including Australia, New Zealand, Greece and Spain in 2023

More to come: The tour continues in Bournemouth on Monday 21st November and will take Florence and her indie band to places including Australia, New Zealand, Greece and Spain in 2023

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