SINGER Lauryn Hill has apologised to Glasgow fans AGAIN after a disappointing debut at Playground Festival at the weekend.

The US superstar, 44, was due to perform a set at the Rouken Glen Park event on Saturday night which was billed to last an hour and a half. 

But she turned up late at 10.30pm, 30 minutes before curfew, forcing organisers to cut the music after just six songs.

The late-show left revellers angry with many demanding a refund. 

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Had some nice moments with the audience in Glasgow post-show. Again, my apologies for the short set. I fight to be here, and stand for something. If it was an easy road, everyone would be doing it....they’re not. I hope to return soon and give the performance I intended for Glasgow. Met some very cool people while I was there. Truth and Love, MLH

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In a new Instagram post, the ex-Fugees star has issued another apology and shared intimate photos of her signing fans' autographs. 

She said: "Had some nice moments with the audience in Glasgow post-show. 

"Again, my apologies for the short set. 

"I fight to be here, and stand for something. 

"If it was an easy road, everyone would be doing it....they’re not. 

"I hope to return soon and give the performance I intended for Glasgow. 

"Met some very cool people while I was there. Truth and Love."

The apology, however, wasn't well-received by some of her fans.

One fan said: "Stop making excuses for the lackadaisical approach you have adopted."

Another added: "I  love you and always will, but has it ever occurred to you that you are always apologising for being late and cutting your sets short?"

We reported yesterday that council bosses onsite made the decision to extend the curfew by 15 minutes after Lauryn showed up late.

During the show, she told fans she had been celebrating her son's birthday.

In an earlier apology, she promised to come back to the city to make it up to Glasgow fans.