Rihanna has cancelled some dates of her UK stadium tour.
So far, Sunderland's Stadium of Light and Cardiff's Principality Stadium both been pulled from the Anti tour.
But her Coventry date at Ricoh Arena will still go ahead although it has been rescheduled from 14 June to 25 June.
It's all down to "logistical reasons beyond the tours control" according to a statement and refunds will be available.
It's thought this announcement will affect as many as 100,000 fans.
The Anti tour will help promote her new album which has already gone platinum.
Ricoh Arena has apologised to fans and says they will refund those who are unable to make the new date.
Fans attending the gig at Cardiff also received a similar email from Ticketmaster, although it said that date was cancelled.
Cardiff have offered a refund or a swap to an alternative city.
appears the gigs at London's Wembley Stadium, Glasgow's Hampden Park
and Manchester's Old Trafford won't be affected by the changes.
Rihanna has also cancelled performances in America.
It's after she pulled out of the Grammy Awards due to illness.
The Anti tour was supposed to begin in San Jose, California on 26 February.
The tour will now begin on 12 March in Jacksonville, Florida.
The Brit Awards, where Rihanna is due to perform next week, say there is no change and Rihanna's performance slot is still going ahead.