Adele’s fans from around the world have described them as “unlucky” about finally seeing her perform in Las Vegas but said they would “die happy” for it. .
Thers said it “didn’t feel real” to return to Caesars Palace for her previously canceled performance, but they were sure it would be “worth the wait”.
Hundreds of people had gathered outside the Colosseum site hours before the doors opened, forming a long line for an exclusive boutique.
The singer announced the last-minute postponement on Instagram earlier this year, telling fans in a tearful message that the show was “not ready”.
Among those queuing to watch the show was Rafael Faci, a 23-year-old medical student from Brazil who was in Las Vegas in January when he learned of Adele’s postponement.
Mr Faci told the PA news agency that although he missed many exams to be able to come to the US again, he could “die happy” after seeing Adele.
“I’m pretty into Adele,” he said.
“I don’t know how I’ll react, I might cry… but I don’t know.”
He added: “It’s my first time, that’s why I’m here. The last thing I have to do before I can die happy is see an Adele concert.”
Cousins Marcela de la Garza, 35, and Jesy Almaguer, 33, from Mexico, were also for the second time, to meet the award-winning singer.
Ms. de la Garza told PA: “We’re very happy to see her, but we don’t believe it yet.
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“We don’t want to put too many expectations but we are happy. Right now I have butterflies.
JJ Pollard, 24, from Seattle, told PA she was “very disappointed” after Adele canceled her first gig.
“I was super excited to be here, I was very disappointed when she canceled but I really think it will be worth the wait,” she said.
“I’m super excited to see the show and just being here, her fans are always so nice – there’s a nice, positive atmosphere. I think it’s going to be crazy.
“We are here for the weekend and make a ton of money from it. I never thought I would meet her.”
Alison Hutchings, 51, and her partner Rhyddian Piles, 47, from Neath, south Wales, said they had come to Las Vegas for a family member’s 50th birthday and had called electricity on all days of the week to book tickets.
Ms Hutchings told PA: “We feel great, we are very excited.
On Thursday night, Adele shared an online post on Instagram in which she said she had “never been more nervous before a gig in her career” but couldn’t sit still because of the chalk. encourage.
Fans waiting for the performance described being “triggered” by another last-minute post by the singer, before realizing that her message was a positive one.
Londoner Ross Taggart, 37, told PA: “It’s horrible.
“I woke up and saw a long post and I thought ‘oh no, she didn’t do it again’ but then she went on to say she was so excited, so it was fine. .”
Amy Jaron, from Los Angeles, California, added: “It’s so hysterical, I have PTSD.”
Ms. Jaron said she had just crossed the state line into Nevada from California when she received word of the cancellation earlier this year.
“It doesn’t feel real, it’s finally here and it feels like we’ve been here for a long time,” she told PA news agency.
“We met a lot of people so it was a wonderful thing that something sad happened…we are happy to be reunited.”
Ms Jaron, 23, said she was one of the lucky fans to meet Adele in January, adding that the experience had been “life changing”.
“You could say she felt really bad but the fans really understood,” she told PA.
Adele later claimed she had “the best fans in the world” and thanked them after receiving a wave of support for her decision to postpone.
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