More than 1000 Glasgow Elvis fans have been left 'lonesome tonight' after the World’s Greatest Elvis tribute act was forced to cancel his Scottish gig.
Impersonator Shawn Klush, named the 'World’s Greatest Elvis' by 6.5 million viewers on a BBC talent show, was due to perform at the Pavilion Theatre on Thursday night.
But after rocking up for his flight at a US airport, he has since been told there is simply no room on board his flight - even for The King.
In a statement issued to his fans by the Pavilion, theatre organisers apologised for the last minute cancellation.
They said: "We are very disappointed to inform you that due to a mix up with Shawn's booking with American Airlines, we have had to postpone tonight's concert.
"Shawn arrived at the airport for his flight, but American Airlines did not have a seat for him, even after explaining that he was due in Scotland for the opening night of his tour, they refused to do anything for him.
"Shawn is currently awaiting the next flight to Glasgow but this would not arrive until after 10pm this evening."
Fans won't have to wait too long, however, to get their blue suede shoes on - Shawn has now booked to stay an extra few days in Glasgow and perform for fans on Monday instead, at 7.30pm.
The theatre added: "We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause and hope you appreciate that this is out with our control and have tried every way we can to try and remedy this and hope that you can hang off that wee bit long and see one of the world’s best Elvis shows."