Adele recently announced that the remainder of her London tour has been canceled due to her health condition. In a statement released over the weekend, the "Someone Like You" artist said she has damaged her vocal chords and was advised to rest her voice for a while. This compelled her to cancel her July 1 and 2 shows at the Wembley Stadium.

Edition CNN cited Adele as saying in a post on social media, "To say I'm heartbroken would be a complete understatement. I'm so desperate to do them that I've even considered [lip-syncing], just to be in front of you and be with you."

The 29-year-old artist, however, thought that she really could not do that to her Fans.

She went on and apologized to her fans for bringing them the unfortunate news. The weekend shows were supposed to close the fourth and final leg of the current "Adele Live" tour which kicked off in Belfast on February 29. The English artist held a total of 121 shows before she was ordered to temporarily stop singing.

Is it the end of Adele's touring career?

International fans of the "Rolling in the Deep" singer were saddened when the artist hinted at the possibility of quitting her touring career a handwritten post last week. Adele said traveling from one place to another has always been a "peculiar thing" to her as she enjoys being a homebody.

She admitted that the only thing that pushed her to hold concert tours were her fans and hoped that they appreciate her effort to reach out to them.

"I don't know if I'll ever tour again, and so I want my last time to be at home," she explained.

Adele added her 18-month tour was never easy but said that it was an "absolute thrill and pleasure" to have visited several places to perform before her fans. The mother-of-one ended her note by thanking all her fans for their love and promised to remember their kindness for the rest of her life.

Fans sing for Adele

After releasing this statement and following the cancellation announcement, fans of the "Hello" singer are making an extra effort to express their support while the artist is still recovering from damaging her vocal chords. Her supporters even initiated a campaign they called #SingForAdele which invited all fans to gather at the Wembley Stadium to sing their own renditions of her songs.

Countless fans graced the gathering to prove their loyalty and support to the English singer who is currently unable to sing for them. "Adele can't sing for us but we can sing for her," the campaign stated.