Adele says first night of delayed residency in Vegas looked ‘just as I imagined’

Adele said her Las Vegas residency show was “perfect” and “looked just like I imagined” as she kicked off the first night of the postponed run.

The singer was emotional as she thanked fans for “coming back to me” as she opened the show at The Colosseum venue at Caesars Palace Hotel.

She received a standing ovation when she stepped onto the stage, but told fans she should be the one to give them one instead.

“Thank you so much for coming back to me,” she told them.

“It looks just like I imagined, it’s perfect, thank you.”


The singer got emotional as she thanked her fans for ‘coming back to me’ as she opened the show at The Colosseum venue at Caesars Palace (Ian West/PA)

In her usual joking style, Adele continued: “I couldn’t leave the stage for about 50 minutes so I was going to have (a) disgustingly smeared makeup on for the entire first part of the show.

“I am very nervous and I am very scared and I am very happy.”

“It can get a little wobbly at times because my nerves are out of control… this week has been a bloody heavy week for me. It’s the Walking Dead finale on Sunday!

“It’s opening night, it’s the Walking Dead, it’s the Grammys and it’s the World Cup, damn it – there’s a lot going on.”

She added that the show “started small” before releasing her first song of the evening, a performance of her 2015 number one single Hello, after which she received a Another warm welcome.

Thank you so much for coming back to me. It looks just like it imagined, it’s perfect, thank you.Adelie

Thousands of fans, who had come from all over the world to attend the show, gathered outside the venue hours before it began and flooded through the doors after they were opened.

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Attendees said it “didn’t feel real” to return to Las Vegas for her previously canceled show, but they were sure it would be “worth the wait”.

Others described feeling “alone” and unwilling to set their expectations too high in case they were disappointed a second time.

The singer announced the last-minute postponement on Instagram earlier this year, telling fans in a tearful message that the show was “not ready”.


Some people describe them as ‘helpless’ and don’t want to set expectations too high in the event of a second disappointment (Ian West/PA)

Among those queuing was Rafael Faci, a 23-year-old medical student from Brazil, who told the PA news agency that he had missed many exams to come to the US again, to see the show.

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.

“I feel all sorts of things as I write this. I’m so emotional, so nervous but can’t sit still because I’m so excited,” she wrote and shared a photo of herself during the rehearsal.

“I always get scared before shows, and I take that as a good sign because it means I care and it means I just want to do a good job.”

“But it can be said that I have never been more nervous before a show in my career, but at the same time I wish today was tomorrow! I can’t wait to see you out there x.

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.

Amy Jaron, 23, from Los Angeles, California, told PA: “It doesn’t feel real, it’s finally here and it feels like we’ve been here a long time.

“We met a lot of people so it was a wonderful thing that something sad happened…we are happy to be reunited.”

Adele’s performance at Caesars Palace was originally scheduled to begin at the Colosseum on January 21, 2022, running through April 16.

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.

Her new performance is scheduled to take place from November 18 and run through March 25, with 24 rescheduled performances as well as 8 additional performances. Adele says first night of delayed residency in Vegas looked ‘just as I imagined’

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