Pablo Alboran
Spanish singer Pablo Alboran attends the 40 Principales Awards 2015 photocall at the Barclaycard Center on December 11, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images

Pablo Alborán has just broke our hearts, as he revealed that he will be taking a break from music. The Spanish crooner, who has been working non-stop since he embarked his career in 2010, is extending his holiday season for two years. We know, We know, it's not the best of Christmas gifts for fans, but Alborán has his reasons!

According to Billboard, the 26-year-old told Spanish media outlets earlier this month that he plans to pause his successful trajectory to spend time with family, friends and to study English. The singer's main goal is to write English songs and target a wider audience. He also plans to relocate to the United States in 2016, where he is expected to take guitar classes.

Alborán recently wrapped up his "Terral Tour," where he toured the U.S. for the first time. His third studio album is nominated at the 2015 Grammys for Best Latin Pop Album. Though we're very supportive, we're crossing our fingers that his two-year hiatus plan gets cut short.

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