Kate Bush wrapped up her comeback on Wednesday night – but hinted that she might return to the stage again in the future.
Performing the last of a series of 22 concerts in London, the singer told the audience at the Hammersmith Apollo: “We're all really sad as it's the last night.
"I'm going to miss everyone so much," she said, according to the BBC .
However, the 56-year-old did not completely rule out a future revival, saying only that it would be “a while” before she sings in front of a crowd again.
The remark was welcomed eagerly by fans on social media. One Twitter user posted:
Eleven of Bush’s albums re-entered the chart in the wake of her highly-acclaimed Before The Dawn live shows, which marked her return to the stage after 35 years away from the limelight.
The concerts have received positive reviews across the board, with The Independent’s Andy Gill describing Bush’s comeback as “the most ambitious piece of theatrical pop ever seen on a British stage”.
Bush ended the fnal show with a performance of 1985 single "Cloudbusting". She received a lengthy standing ovation and was gifted a number of bouquets of flowers.
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