Adele admits that she has postponed her Las Vegas residency, describing it as the worst moment ever

Adele admits that she has postponed her Las Vegas residency, describing it as the worst moment ever ...

Adele discloses that she has postponed her Las Vegas residency, describing it as the worst moment ever.

Adele was initially dissatisfied with her hasty decision to postpone her Las Vegas residency, but she now fully embraces it.

In January, the singer of Rolling in the Deep stated that she will not be performing at Caesars Palace's Colosseum as planned. She apologized in social media posts, saying to followers that she is sorry but my show isn't ready due to production delays and an increase of COVID-19 instances.

Adele said in an interview with Elles' most recent cover story, "It's unlikely that many people would have done what I did." Im very proud of myself for standing behind my artistic ambitions.

Adele explained why she abruptly canceled her Weekends With Adele residency in May and rescheduled it for November on Monday. It was undoubtedly a dismaying experience for her followers, but Adele herself said, it was the worst moment in my career.

The Easy on Me singer was bemoaned by the idea for a few months, claiming that the previous edition of her residency had no soul in it, felt disconnected, and lacked intimacy, in part due to the Colosseum's vast 4,100-seat setting.

Adele has stated that Weekends With Adele will be more personal. Now the series will tell the story of my journey till today.

She continued. The program is growing. The music is the focal point, and it has a strong sense of melancholy. When it is done, it will be stunning.

Adele announced in July that her concerts at the Colosseum would continue as planned, after an eternity of figuring out logistics.

Ive been looking forward to being with you in such an intimate space every week, and Im going to give you the absolute best of me, she said. Thank you for your patience, I love you.

Weekends With Adele will take place in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace from November 18 to March 25.

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