Adele is a never-ending source of joy!
The “Rolling in the Deep” singer has been enjoying her Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace for a few months now, and she recently revealed that there’s more to come.
“Playing to four thousand people for 34 nights is not enough. And I know it’s not enough, so I am coming back!”
The singer revealed that not only is her residency being extended, but she is also considering filming the entire concert so that her international fans can watch it from their homes.
“I’ll be back for a few weeks in June, and I’m gonna film it and I’m gonna release it to make sure that anyone who wants to see this show can see it.”
Adele’s new shows do not appear to be a spur-of-the-moment decision, as she took to Instagram to share a poster that reads “Weekends with Adele,” and will take place from June to November at The Colosseum, where she has been performing for the past few months.
She simply wrote in the caption:
“See you soon.”
The fans’ reactions to this announcement were mixed. While many were pleased to see more performances by the “Easy On Me” singer, many were disappointed that she would not embark on a national tour.
A fan wrote:
“Not to be a hater but I wish Adele would have just done a national tour,”
“Adele please tour for us who can’t afford to fly to Vegas. I really want to see you”
Other international fans expressed disappointment that the “Hello” singer chose to continue performing in Las Vegas.
“Please come to Saudi Arabia, specifically to Riyadh, you have very many fans, we love you, you are the greatest of all time, please, we want you here, we want you in our great theater, please come to us.”
“My wish is that one day you will come back to Mexico to be able to hear your beautiful voice while I am the happiest person in the world to be in that moment. I hope it is a reality, I love you Adele.”
According to reports, Adele took some time to get back into the swing of things after her residency was cut short due to the pandemic.
“It was the worst moment in my career, by far. It was devastating. There was just no soul in it. The stage setup wasn’t right. It was very disconnected from me and my band, and it lacked intimacy. And maybe I tried too hard to give it those things in such a controlled environment.”