Adele is said to have had conversations about moving her Las Vegas residence to a larger venue with better sound quality after she canceled her performances at Caesars Palace in September. January.
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Adele is in talks to move her Las Vegas residence across the street from Caesars Palace.
The global star canceled her planned performances at the popular venue just hours before her first show began, telling fans it was “not ready”.
Sun reported that Adele, 33, was asked about performing at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater.
A source told the publication: “Negotiations are ongoing with Adele about the possibility of her relocating to Zappos.
“The venue is in the Caesars family – for whom she has huge money contracts – and it’s world class.
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“It’s home to a host of big stars, including Jennifer Lopez and Shania Twain, and after the issues Adele raised about her staging and sound quality at the Colosseum, it seems like Zappos could be the answer.”
Zappos boasts space for 7,000 fans and is almost twice the size of the Colosseum.
The venue is also owned by the same company that owns Caesars Palace.
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The Rolling In The Deep singer will take the stage at the world-famous venue from January 21.
In a tearful video to fans, she explained her absence: “I’m so sorry but my show isn’t ready yet. We’ve tried absolutely everything we can to get together. Just in time and good enough for you guys. , but we were completely destroyed by delivery delays and Covid.
“Half of my team failed Covid and couldn’t finish the show.”
“I can’t give you what I have right now and I’m gutted. And I’m sorry it was last minute. We’ve been up for over 30 hours trying to figure it out and we’ve run out. time. “
She added that she was “annoyed and embarrassed.”
Adele, who won three BRIT awards for album 30 last month, has promised fans her £500,000-a-night salary will come this year.
She told Graham Norton: “I’m sorry I kept going until that day. It would be a really half-baked show and I just can’t do it. “
Along with her BRIT win, she was also awarded the title of the Global All Album Format Chart for 2021 by the International Federation of the Recording Industry.
She beat the likes of Olivia Rodrigo, Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran to win the title.
On the album, she sings about her divorce and motherhood.
Olivia, 19, came in second with her album Sour, and Justin Bieber, 28, came in third with Justice.
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Frances Moore, IFPI’s chief executive, said: ‘It was amazing that Adele came back and released music in the second half of last year.
‘Her domination of all three of the IFPI album charts speaks to her unique songwriting talent, iconic vocals and unwavering global popularity.
“We are delighted to present Adele and all of her team with the IFPI Global Album All Format chart award and send our huge congratulations on a successful year.”
The Mirror has approached Adele’s representative for comment.
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