Natasha Bedingfield's tour of Germany has been disrupted due to a volcanic ash cloud which has grounded flights across Europe.
The British singer is currently performing shows in the country and was due to fly from the southern town of Munich to Berlin on Wednesday (25May11). But ash from a volcanic eruption in Iceland has caused major disruption to flights in the country and Bedingfield has been forced to drive across the nation to ensure she makes it to the capital in time for the gig.
In a post on Twitter.com she writes, "Mr ash cloud why you so grumpy! Now I have to drive five hours to get to Berlin tonight. Now u (sic) made me grumpy."
The volcanic eruption comes a year after a similar incident in Iceland led to closure of airspace across Europe and weeks of travel chaos.