Adele takes care of her fans, and they care for her. This Friday, July 1, the British singer once again proved it by interrupting her event concert in Hyde Park, central London, after noticing that one of her fans had a problem in the pit. In the middle of a song, Adele decided to end her performance after many people waved at her to let her know about a problem in the middle of the crowd of 65,000 people.
The 34-year-old singer was singing her hit Skyfall (the James Bond theme) when she noticed the drama several dozen meters in front of her. The star immediately stopped singing and asked security to intervene, while asking onlookers to get out of the way. In footage of the incident, Adele is seen waving her arms in the air to alert security guards to the chaos in front of her. “Stop, stop, stop,” she then shouted to her group to drop their instruments.
Adele gave a concert that could not be more moving
Guiding the team of medics to the guest, Adele shouted, “Right in the middle there, see where they’re all waving?” as the 65,000 spectators began to disperse. This scene made Adele’s big comeback in front of her audience even more moving. The singer was also moved to tears several times during her performance. After the release of her 4th album last November, Adele had still not given a concert, in particular because of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is done, and in a very beautiful way.
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