Adele Melts Down At Las Vegas Show In Photo


Popular singer Adele recently got emotional on Saturday at her latest Las Vegas show. She is prepared to end her run of highly-anticipated concerts there.

Adele broke down in tears

The singer went on to admit that she feels the pressure on stage after postponing her residency for 11 months. It was just hours before she was due on stage.

She told the crowd: ”I have been waiting for so long to get to this weekend and I didn’t even realise it.”

”What I haven’t been able to get out of my head since the beginning of the show was that it took so long, and I was like, ‘When am I ever going to say I’ve done my residency?”.

”And this weekend, if not for the added shows, I would have completed my residency.”

The Someone Like You hitmaker continued: ‘‘Even though I have got four more weekends left after this, I have been waiting for so long to get to this weekend.”

”When I cancelled the original dates it was terrifying to do. But better late than never, and the shows have been a success.”

”I knew I was making the right decision.”

Despite the popularity of her latest album 30, she appeared to have performed only a handful of songs from that record, instead favoring many of her older classics.

Adele burst into tears last month after seeing a man with a picture of his late wife on his phone in the crowd at one of her concerts.

The Easy On Me hitmaker grew more and more emotional as she walked through the audience at her Las Vegas residency show on January 27.

And after seeing the picture close-up, Adele attempted to continue with her performance of ‘Someone Like You, before struggling to hold back her tears as she dedicated the tear-jerking ballad to the man.

She said: ”When I walk through the crowd, I wish you could see what I can see. Because I know I talk to a few people every night, but then I just see little stories of people happening.”

”There was a man, he’s just there, holding his phone up. I think that’s his wife on the phone, and I don’t think she’s here, and it just really moved me.”

‘I’m so sorry for your loss, and I didn’t realise what you were showing me until I was over here.”

”I see these little pockets of people’s lives as I walk through and it’s so beautiful.”

It comes after she shared just how ‘nervous’ and ‘excited’ she was to finally be performing the shows after postponing them for eleven months.