Justin Timberlake 'illness': Camden Roundhouse 'One Night Only' show cancelled

Justin Timberlake was due to play the Camden Roundhouse on Friday with a free 'One Night Only' show.
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Justin Timberlake's free show in north London tonight has been cancelled due to illness.

The Roundhouse, in Camden, has confirmed on its website that the intimate concert is off.

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"This event has been cancelled due to illness," says the venue's website.

The star today announced a European tour this summer, including a date at the O2 arena.

Timberlake last month played intimate One Night Only gigs in Memphis and New York and a ballot was opened last week for free tickets for the Roundhouse show.

A European leg of Timberlake's Forget Tomorrow World Tour was announced this morning.

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The Cry Me a River singer will play the O2 arena on August 11. Tickets go on sale on Friday March 1 at 10am via the singer's official website.

A new album, Everything I Thought It Was, is coming out on March 15. It includes the recent single Selfish, as well as Drown, which was released today via RCA Records.

Drown was written by Timberlake, Louis Bell (Taylor Swift, Post Malone), Henry Walter, Amy Allen and Kenyon Dixon and produced by Timberlake Louis Bell, Cirkut (Maroon 5, The Weeknd).

Timberlake has sold more than 54 million albums as a solo artist and with NSYNC he sold 70 million records. He has won 10 Grammy Awards and attracted more than 23 billion streams.

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