Adele has announced that her delayed Las Vegas residency will run from November to March.
The award-winning singer, 34, once performed a series of shows from January to April this year at Caesars Palace but they were briefly scrapped.
She shared a tearful video message on social media, saying delivery delays and the coronavirus meant the show wouldn’t be ready on time.
Announcing the rescheduled dates on social media, Adele wrote: “Words cannot explain how delighted I am to finally be able to announce these postponed shows. I am really heartbroken to have to cancel them.
“But after what felt like an eternity searching for the logistics of a gig I really wanted to do and knowing it could happen, I’m more excited than ever!
“Now I know for some of you it was a terrible decision on my part, and I will always regret it, but I promise you it was the right one.
“Being with you in such an intimate space every week is what I look forward to most and I will bring you my absolute best.
“Thanks for your patience, I love you. Adele. “
After a last-minute cancellation in January, Grammy-winning country star Keith Urban stepped in to perform at Caesars Palace, while Adele ticket holders were asked to wait for further updates.
Adele has remained tight-lipped about when the shows will resume.
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Appearing on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs this month ahead of two high-profile shows in London’s Hyde Park, she said she didn’t want to disappoint her fans by releasing updates. when she has nothing to add.
She also admitted the public reaction to her cancellation of the original performances was “brutal” and that she became “a human shell” amid the backlash.
When asked how she coped with the fallout, she said: “I just had to wait for it and just grieve. Just grieve about the performances and get over the guilt. But it was brutal.”
The Easy On Me star, who now lives in Los Angeles, returned to prominence in 2021 with her fourth album, 30.
She debuted the album with a TV special, An Audience With Adele, recorded at the London Palladium.
It was filmed in front of A-list audiences, with guests including Dame Emma Thompson, Jodie Comer, Samuel L Jackson, Years And Years star Olly Alexander and Boy George.
It follows her interview with American talk show host Oprah Winfrey during a two-hour special, which aired on the American network CBS last week.
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