Adele’s Vegas residence descends into chaos as staff ‘summer layoffs’ from location

Adele was due to perform at the beginning of the year but postponed all of her gigs at the last second. She has promised to take the stage sometime this year… but the plan seems to have failed once again.

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Adele reveals the reason for canceling her Vegas residency

Adele’s long-delayed plans to reschedule her Las Vegas residency have fallen into disarray as the venue she was due to perform at has laid off all of its staff.

The 34-year-old Rolling In The Deep singer began a series of intimate gigs at the iconic Colosseum venue in Caesars Palace earlier this year.

However, she canceled at the last minute – leaving some fans thousands of pounds, but with the promise that she would return to the venue at some point this year.

But now reports suggest that there may not be time for Adele to stand on stage now that the staff has been laid off for the summer.

Adele’s Las Vegas Residence Has New Troubles


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According to The Sun: “Union officials representing staff at the Colosseum confirmed that team members have been told to go home until September.”

Mirror has reached out to the Colosseum and Caesars Palace for comment.

Adele hinted to fans in a television interview in February that her residency “must happen this year” – but this year is almost half over.

Sir Rod Stewart will take over the Colosseum when staff return in September


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If staff at the Colosseum take a break from work until September, it is expected that they will return to work at Sir Rod Stewart’s planned residence – scheduled for Wednesdays, Thursdays. Friday and Saturday from September 23 to October 1.

Other reports have suggested Adele might move her performances to nearby Planet Hollywood, however that was due to performances by John Legend and Shania Twain.

Meanwhile, The Colosseum continues to advance Adele’s planned gigs.

Shania Twain will be performing at Planet Hollywood – getting Adele to move to a nearby venue is unlikely



The website said: “The announcement of this residence comes after Adele recently released her fourth studio album 30 on Columbia Records.

“The album is being hailed by fans and critics alike as Adele’s boldest and most ambitious album yet. 30 debuted at #1 on the album charts in 30 countries and is already one of the best-selling albums of 2021.”

However, the website goes on to state: “All events originally scheduled for Weekend with Adele at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace from January 21, 2022 to April 16, 2022 have been completed. postponed.”

Adele abruptly canceled performances at her home in January of this year – with conflicting stories emerging from behind the scenes.

While an initial pretext about the Covid outbreak was used to explain the sudden termination of the gig, it was later suggested that the singer had an argument with the singer. diva about the movie was built for her to sing in.

She is said to have been angered by the stage design, saying that the final design looked more like an ‘old pond’ and ended up being ‘rejected to participate’.

Adele promised fans earlier this year that she would do her boarding this year – but that looks increasingly unlikely



An insider said at the time: “Adele described the pool as an ‘old baggy pond’ and refused, pointing empty, to stand in the middle of it.

“The goal was to fill the set with water as she was lifted up on a crane-like mechanism, giving the illusion that she was floating on water.”

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