SINGER Ariana Grande has cancelled all meet and greets for the European leg of her tour - ahead of her Glasgow show.

The singer, 26, will play the city's Hydro on September 17 as part of the Sweetener World Tour but now she has announced the news in an e-mail to fans who had paid to meet the star. She also said that she had to preserve her 'voice and energy'. 

The move comes after Ariana pulled out of a meet and greet in Antwerp, Belgium on Friday after admitting her anxiety and depression had reached an 'all time high'.

 The Daily Mail reports that the e-mail sent to fans read: 'Dear Ariana Grande VIP fan. We regret to inform you that there will not be a soundcheck party offered at your show. You will receive a partial refund in the amount of £166.

"You will still receive your premium standing ticket in the designated VIP area and gift bag. Your package will now also include early entry in the standing VIP area before standing ticket holders. We apologise for the inconvenience."

A further statement from Live Nation said the singer needed to rest ahead of her gruelling tour schedule.

It read: "Thanks to increased demand, Ariana is thrilled and humbled to have been able to add extra shows to the tour for her fans. It's not something she takes for granted.

"These extra months on the road, however, are not only exhilarating but exhausting. Due to the need to preserve her voice and energy, we regret to inform you there will not be a meet and greet and soundcheck party at your show.

"This decision does not come easily and the last thing she would ever want to do is disappoint fans but something has to give to allow her to continue giving 100% to her performances."