12:17 15 June 2009
Organisers of the Britain's Got Talent Tour are hopeful that Susan Boyle will be back on stage to perform in her home country tonight.
The Scottish singer pulled out of the third day of the tour following advice to rest.
Fans in Manchester were left disappointed on Sunday after arriving to find a notice saying she wouldn't be performing in either the scheduled matinee or evening shows.
Boyle had performed renditions of 'I Dreamed a Dream' and 'Memory' in Birmingham on Friday night, but had given a more fragile performance in Sheffield for the two concerts, receiving a mixed reaction from the audience.
An official spokesperson said: "Following three sensational performances, Susan Boyle has been advised to rest.
"She sends her sincere apologies to her fans for not appearing in Manchester."
He added that Boyle had not been ruled out of the rest of the 21-date tour and it was hoped she would return to the stage in Glasgow.
Boos echoed around the Manchester Evening News Arena on Sunday, when Britain's Got More Talent presenter Stephen Mulhern told the audience Boyle would not be performing, before a video clip of her "journey" was played on stage.
Ticket holders were given the option of their money back if they did not want to watch the show.
The Britain's Got Talent tour will travel across the UK until the end of June, featuring winners Diversity and other finalists and semi-finalists.
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