Next week’s Stevie Wonder concert in Dublin is going ahead as planned after the soul legend revealed that he is due to undergo a kidney transplant.
Wonder is bringing his “Stevie Wonder Song Party: A Celebration of Life, Love & Music” show to the 3Arena this Tuesday.
It will be his first Irish show in nine years.
Performing in London last night, he told fans he would perform three more shows before taking a break from music to prepare for the transplant.
He said he wanted to tell fans first – before rumours about his health began to spread.
"I'm all good, I'm all good, all good,” he told the audience. “I have a donor and it's all good."
"I want you to know, I came here to give you my love and thank you for your love.
"I love you and God bless you."
Wonder performed some of the biggest hit s from the last 100 years at last night’s show in Hyde Park – including ‘What’s Going on,’ ‘When Doves Cry,’ ‘Signed Sealed, Delivered; I’m Yours’ and ‘Superstition.’
The 69-year-old has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, amassing 32 number one hits.
He has won 25 Grammy Awards, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award.
A limited number of extra seats for his Irish show were released last night.
They are available here priced at €99.50.
The show gets underway at the 3Arena at 8pm sharp.