BAD Boy Chiller Crew (BBCC) had to cancel a show this weekend after one of its members was taken to hospital.

The Bradford group - made up of Kane, Clive and Gareth Kelly (better known as GK) - were due to play at Stereo, in Middlesbrough on Saturday.

It was set to close out a fantastic week for the gang, after their brand new - and second - album, Disrespectful, went straight in at Number 2 in the Official Charts on Friday, just missing out to Ed Sheeran and =(Equals).

BBCC, who are more popular than Adele currently according to the chart, had performed a number of shows earlier in the week, to continue their mini-tour that was celebrating the launch of the new album and started in Manchester on February 18 and Newcastle on February 20.

They delighted fans at The Wardrobe, Leeds on Monday - where the T&A spoke exclusively to GK - before heading to Glasgow the day after and finishing the mini-tour in Liverpool on Wednesday evening.

Middlesbrough was next on the list, for a separate three hour gig last night at Stereo, before the club's regular Saturday night event, "Club 69", would follow at 11pm.

But BBCC announced on their Instagram story that the event was cancelled due to one of the trio having to go to hospital.

The first part of the story said: "Important notice - Stereo Middlesbrough Gig. We are devastated to announce that our show in Middlesbrough cannot go ahead tonight due to one of the members of BBCC being admitted to hospital this morning."

BBCC said in a statement: "We are sorry to disappoint everyone who was looking forward to seeing us in Middlesbrough tonight.

"Unfortunately the show cannot go ahead and we are working with the venue to arrange a rescheduled date as soon as possible."

People who had bought tickets for the show were able to use them for free entry to the "Club 69" event, which went ahead as normal from 9pm, after the cancellation of the gig.

This featured all three support acts - Mokza, Khaki and Blitz - who were due to play anyway, followed by resident DJs until 4.30am.

A statement from the venue, Stereo, said: "After 2 months of looking forward to tonight we are gutted that it will have to be rescheduled.

"All tickets will be transferred over automatically or refunds are available via Skiddle once the new date is confirmed."