Ed Sheeran had his fans worried when he uploaded a photo of his both arms in cast and sling on Monday. In the Instagram post, the singer-songwriter revealed he encountered a bicycle accident that might put his upcoming tour dates in jeopardy.

He later uploaded another photo of his injured arm and announced that he was advised by his doctor to take rest from touring and performing until full recovery.

Hence, the "Castle on the Hill" singer was forced to cancel his performances in Taipei (Oct. 22), Osaka (Oct. 25), Seoul (Oct. 29), Tokyo (Oct. 31 and Nov.

1), and Hong Kong (Nov. 4-5). "I’m waiting to see how the healing progresses before we have to decide on shows beyond that," he explained.

Ed Sheeran also revealed that he fractured his right wrist and left elbow in the cycling incident. The singer-songwriter even had to ask someone to type the announcement for him since he had his both arms bandaged.

Aside from the five cities mentioned, the British singer is also set to bring his "Divide" tour in Manila (Nov. 7), Jakarta (Nov. 9), Singapore (Nov. 11-12), Kuala Lumpur (Nov. 14), Bangkok (Nov. 16), Mumbai (Nov. 19) before he wraps up his 2017 tour dates in Dubai (Nov. 23).

The "Galway Girl" crooner will be back on the road for the sixth leg of his third world tour in March 2018.

He is penned to conclude the concert series in Atlanta on Nov. 10, 2018.

This is not the first time Ed Sheeran has canceled a show from his "Divide" tour. It can be recalled that the singer-songwriter had to skip his show in St. Louis last month due to safety concerns amid protests.

Aside from the announcement of canceled shows, the artist and his team have yet to provide further details about the cycling accident at the time of writing.

Meanwhile, fans have been pouring the award-winning singer with their love and well-wishes through social media.

"I am so sorry to hear that! Take care of yourself and have a very quick and healthy recovery," a fan wrote. Another one commented, "Hope you get better soon so you can finish your world tour."

Even his fellow singers wished Ed Sheeran a speedy recovery after the unfortunate accident.

Lauv, on the other hand, reassured the fans that he will carry on with his schedule in Manila regardless of what might be decided in the upcoming days. The artist, who is best known for his songs "I Like Me Better" and "The Other," is set to share the stage with Ed Sheeran for his concert in the Philippines on Nov. 7.