Adele gets emotional during BTS Hyde Park Festival in London and stops the show to help fans
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Adele is back on the big stage.
While performing at the BTS Hyde Park Festival in London, Adele interrupted her show four times to make sure fans got the help they needed.
In a clip seen on TwitterAdele orders her band to stop playing and approaches the front of the stage to flag down fans who needed security assistance.
“I just want to pay a crazy tribute to Adele for shutting down the show and making a scene when she thought someone was in trouble and needed help from security. It was a crowd of over 65,000 people and she still did it. It really is that simple,” one fan wrote on Twitter.
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According to Page Six, Adele stopped her show four times to make sure viewers were okay.
Adele’s appearance in London was her first show in five years. She released her fourth studio album “30” in November.
“God, I’m back home,” she told the audience, Rolling Stone reported. “It’s so strange to be in front of a crowd again. I get so nervous before every show but I love being here.”
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The Grammy-winning singer’s diligent safety comes after at least 10 fans died in the mass casualty at Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival in November.
Adele isn’t the only artist to prioritize safety on her show, as Doja Cat, Billie Eilish and Pharrell Williams have made a point of shutting down the show when fans need help.
In January, Adele canceled his residency in Las Vegas the day before she was to make her debut at Caesars Palace.
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“Hi. Listen, I’m so sorry, but my show isn’t ready,” the singer said in a video statement as she choked on Twitter. “We tried absolutely everything we could to get it up and running on time and to get it good enough for you, but we were absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and COVID.”
The singer has assured that all dates will be rescheduled, and her team is currently working to do so.
Fox News’ Nate Day contributed to this report.