Lily Allen's ongoing throat infection has forced her to cancel yet another gig -- she's pulled out of a show with Coldplay at the weekend.
The "Smile" hitmaker was due to perform at Mencap's Big Noise Session at Exeter Castle in Devon, England on Saturday night.
But the star, who has been battling bouts of laryngitis and bronchitis over the last two months, has axed her planned appearance at the charity concert. The cancellation comes after two scrapped TV appearances this week as well as her slot at the Jingle Bell Ball in London on Dec. 5.
A spokesperson for the charity released a statement, which reads, "Lily Allen is sad to announce that she will not be able to participate in Mencap's Big Noise Session this weekend. Lily has been diagnosed with a severe recurrent throat infection which has also led her to cancel two television shows this week."
"She deeply regrets having to cancel her appearance this weekend and hopes that fans will enjoy the rest of the amazing bill on the show and lend their support to the incredible work done by learning disability charity, Mencap."