Bryan Adams made a last-minute exit from Saturday’s Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame induction ceremony after testing optimistic for COVID-19.
A consultant for Adams, who was anticipated to affix H.E.R. to carry out “It’s Solely Love” in honor of inductee Tina Turner, confirmed to Billboard that the Canadian-born rocker had examined optimistic and is “absolutely vaccinated and has no signs in any respect.” No different particulars had been accessible about when Adams — who initially duetted with Turner on the 1985 single — was identified or when he dropped out of the present.
Keith City took Adams’ place within the efficiency section, which additionally included Mickey Guyton singing “What’s Love Obtained to Do With It” and Christina Aguilera, in a Turner T-shirt, delivering “Nutbush Metropolis Limits.” Angela Bassett, who received an Academy Award for portraying Turner within the 1993 biopic What’s Love Obtained to Do With It, inducted Turner, who accepted through a brief video from her present residence in Sweden.
It was Turner’s second induction into the Rock Corridor. She additionally entered in 1991 with ex-husband Ike Turner.
The Rock Corridor inductions had been filmed by HBO and will likely be aired beginning Nov. 20.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.