Usher has announced he will be postponing his European 'Euphoria' tour to focus on "professional and personal commitments."
The 'Climax' singer was due to travel to Manchester, London, Glasow, Birmingham and other cities across the UK and Europe at the beginning of 2013, but has pushed the dates back until Autumn of next year.
In a statement, Usher explains that he wants to take the rest of the year to focus on looking after his two young sons and his forthcoming appearance as a coach on US talent show The Voice.
"Due to professional and personal commitments Usher will have to reschedule his upcoming European tour dates," the 33-year-old says.
"With the recently-confirmed commitment to The Voice, to ensure that his fans worldwide are treated to the best possible concert experience, the entire tour will be rescheduled to fall 2013 with dates in both North America and Europe scheduled to run concurrently at that time."
The postponed dates are expected to be announced at some point next year, and fans have been advised to return their tickets for a refund as the tickets they previously purchased for the original dates are no longer valid.
Usher was recently awarded primary custody of his two sons, Usher Raymond V and Daviyd Ely, at the end of a bitter court case against his ex-wife Tameka Foster.