“Inwardly embarrassed”: Adele cried just 24 HOURS before the opening night of her residence in Las Vegas, while Covid’s circumstances between the crew caused a preparatory riot.
- Adele cried as she announced her residency in Las Vegas had been postponed
- The 33-year-old singer blamed delays in COVID-19 cases on his team and crew
- Due to the delay in delivery, his residence also had to be postponed
- He said he was “awake for more than 30 hours” and “not running out of time.”
- Adele was scheduled to begin performing at Caesar’s Palace on Jan. 21
- Tickets for Ticketmaster-approved fans range from $ 85 to $ 680
- In the resale market, prices rose from $ 1,000 to $ 37,000
On Thursday, Adele surprised her fans by saying in a tearful video that she had to delay her famous Las Vegas residence just 24 hours before she took the stage at Caesar’s Palace.
In a video posted on Twitter, the 33-year-old superstar singer cried among his crew members, saying COVID-19 cases made it impossible to revive the show in a timely manner.
Delays in delivery added to his grief, which was “impossible to end the show.”
He added that he had been “awake for more than 30 hours” trying to resolve logistics issues, but that “time was running out” to be ready on Friday.
“I was angry”: On Thursday, 33-year-old Adele surprised her fans by saying in a tearful video that she was forced to delay her future residence in Las Vegas due to COVID-19 cases among crew members.
Adele admitted that she was upset and “embarrassed” by the delay because she was unable to appear on stage on Friday night.
“I’m sorry, but my show isn’t ready,” he admitted
“We did our best to combine it in a timely manner and be good enough for you, but delivery delays and COVID completely destroyed us. Half of my crew and team [ill] With Kovid and still there and it was impossible to finish the show.
“My work was bitter – I’m sorry it was at the last minute, we tried to figure it out for more than 30 hours and our time was up,” he continued as his voice cracked. “I am very upset and very embarrassed and I apologize to everyone who traveled. [to the show]. I’m really sorry. “
Next: The singer wrote that the dates of residency, which starts on January 21 and lasts until April, will be changed soon.
Terrible dream: “We did our best to combine it in time and be good enough for you, but the delay in delivery and COVID completely destroyed us,” she cried.
Falling like a fly: “Half of my crew and team [ill] With Kovid and still there, and it was impossible to finish the show, ”he continued, adding that he had been“ awake for more than 30 hours ”to prepare the show.
The Can I Get It singer has promised to reschedule the canceled shows.
He added: “We want to move all the dates to another time, we are now and I will finish my show and take it where it should be. So I am very sorry that this is not possible. We are against it and it is not ready. I am very sorry. “
The Weekends With Adele’s residency was announced in November.
The Easy On Me hitmaker had until April 16, 2022, to show two shows every weekend for 12 weeks.
The new start date of the concert series is not yet known.
Great place: Adele will spend her stay at the Colosseum at Caesar Palace in Las Vegas; Described in May 2020
Adele’s residency had already begun in turmoil after her most loyal fans were outraged by the high ticket prices.
Tickets went on sale through the Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan app on Dec. 8, with the cheapest rear seats selling for $ 85 before payment and the closest premium seats to the stage for about $ 680.
But all the shows sold out in a matter of minutes due to extremely high demand, and vendors began to set astronomical prices in the resale markets, which raised ticket prices anywhere from $ 1,000 to $ 37,000.
Great prices: Adele’s residency started hard in December with ticket sales selling out in a matter of minutes, which led to an increase in scalpers resale market prices from $ 1,000 to $ 37,000; seen in LA in October