Photo: Instagram [troyesivan]

Pop superstar Troye Sivan experienced an abrupt cancellation of his recent Miami show due to noise complaints. 

Earlier this week, Architectural Digest held their AD1000 party during the annual Art Basel week.

The event drew a star-studded crowd including Venus Williams, Adam Levine, Pharell Williams and more.

One of the guests and performers of the night was Troye Sivan, who performed an array of tracks from his beloved catalogue.

At the tail end of his six-song set, which was broadcast live on TikTok for fans, the performance abruptly ended due to a noise complaint.

The 26-year-old went on to apologise for the sudden cancellation, stating: “I don’t really know what’s going on but… thank you everyone. And if you’re watching on TikTok, I don’t know what the f**k’s going on, sorry!”

After the performance, the young talent took to Twitter and gave insight into the situation.

“Okay so basically I played 5 songs tonight and Angel baby was the LAST ONE and the only one being streamed live on TikTok,” he wrote.

“But then turns out throughout the show we got a noise complaint and the city literally came and shut down our speakers during Angel Baby.

“I’m sorry to anyone who woke up at a weird time to watch the stream :/ I feel fine about it and had fun until then lol but I’m sorry if it was a mess to watch from home.”

Even though his performance was cut short, fans of the Blue Neighbourhood singer are sure to see more of him soon.

Last month it was revealed that Sivan joined the cast of The Weeknd’s upcoming drama series, The Idol.

According to a report from Variety, the Strawberries and Cigarettes artist signed on as a series regular alongside Steven Zissis and Suzanna Son.

The show is set to focus on a self-help guru who is also the leader of a cult and ends up in a relationship with a rising pop star.

Co-creators Amy Seimetz and The Weeknd have been confirmed as directors of the six-episode series.

Lily-Rose Depp, Melanie Liburd, Tunde Adebimpe, Elizabeth Berkley Lauren, Nico Hiraga and Anne Heche are also set to appear in the show.

Reza Fahim and Sam Levinson are both credited as creators, as well as co-writers, alongside The Weeknd.

The Idol is expected to drop sometime in 2022.