Starstruck Judge Adam Lambert Defends Adele Over Las Vegas Cancellation

The singer has had some experience performing in Sin City – having worked with the famous British band Queen to reside in the lavish American city

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Adam Lambert enthusiastically defended Adele’s decision to pull out of her Las Vegas gigs hours before the show – while some fans flew across the Atlantic on way to see the star live.

Judge Starstruck 40 years old had residency work experience as part of Queen + Adam Lambert who held a 10-day residency in Sin City in 2018.

Adele was scheduled to start her own residency last month, but the 33-year-old withdrew at the eleventh hour due to Covid concerns – and later claimed she was unhappy with the staging of the show .

Describing Adele as ‘honest and vulnerable’, Adam said he fully understands her last-minute decision to withdraw from the residency program.

Adam Lambert has defended Adele following backlash over her Las Vegas shows being cancelled.


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He told The Sun on Sunday: “Any artist who has ever toured knows that sometimes things are out of your control. She accidentally got into a situation where the show wasn’t ready.”

Adam continued: “I feel, as I am sure Adele does, that the fans and their experiences are what the show is for.

“If artists don’t feel comfortable with what they’re doing on stage, that affects what the audience gets.”

Adele canceled her Las Vegas shows at the eleventh hour last month


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Adele is scheduled to appear at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace from January 21 for a string of gigs titled Weekend’s With Adele.

But she canceled a few hours before her first show and postponed all of her dates – to the fury of fans who have spent thousands of flights, hotels and tickets on contracts. her canceled performance.

The star herself frantically contacted fans directly via video call to apologize – while also calling for damage control as her pristine reputation is often severely damaged.

Despite the setback, reports suggest that Adele will continue to make a fortune this year despite her Vegas gig being postponed to an unspecified future date.

Gifts are being sold in a pop up store in Vegas in support of performances that have yet to take place.

Last month it was reported that sweatshirts embroidered with her famous lyrics, including Rolling in the Deep, were selling for up to $110 (£80).

Varsity jackets adorned with patches inspired by the Hello hitmaker’s career, such as those representing the names of her albums, are also for sale along with a valuable t-shirt. $50 (£37).

Adam has performed with Queen since 2014


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And fans looking for a more sophisticated piece can opt for a chic necklace and, depending on their relationship status, they can choose ‘Hello’, ‘Married’ or ‘ Divorced’.

Fans can even pick up a plonk bottle, choose red or white, and can personalize the bottle in-store, inspired by Adele’s hit from her latest 30 album, I Drink Wine.

Starstruck airs on Saturday nights at 8:30 p.m. on ITV and ITV Hub.

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