Elton John in tears as he is forced to end concert early

As many other outlets reported, The UK’s Telegraph told how Elton John had to end a concert in Auckland New Zealand early owing to losing his voice, as he is suffering from a bout of “walking pneumonia”.

From The Telegraph YouTube Channel:

An emotional Elton John had to cut short a performance in New Zealand after he lost his voice due to walking pneumonia and had to be assisted off stage.

This singer (sic) apologised for ending his show at Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium early.

The 72-year-old told his fans that he had walking pneumonia and his voice was shot, but that he did not want to miss the show.

The Telegraph YouTube Channel

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Elton John is a singer and composer from England, UK, who has had a host of hits over a lengthy career, including greats like Rocket Man and Don’t Let The Sun Go Down on Me.

Famous for singing at his piano, Elton John has amassed a huge global fan-base.

As well as creating pop hits, the singer has been instrumental in writing lyrics and music for several musicals, for stage and screen, including the Lion King.

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