Forced to cancel her concerts in Las Vegas, Adele, very moved, gives a nice surprise to her fans on sit
Last weekend, Adele was supposed to perform on stage at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. But the numerous cases of coronavirus in her team had reason for its performance. She announced their postponement, in tears to her fans. Some were already on the spot and were very disappointed.
So, to comfort them, the singer made a video call to cheer them up. It is a member of his staff who handed a smartphone to those who were already on site so she could talk to them, reveals Variety.
Very moved not to be able to go on stage for them, she was reassured by her fans: You can't put pressure on yourself for things you don't control (...) you do what you have to do for yourself, you'll come and you'll give a concert that everyone will love when the time comes. I'll wait as long as it takes, one of them told him. When the time comes, it will be exceptional, and we'll be there to cheer you on, said another.
She also made sure that fans who had already made the trip were rewarded with drinks, merchandise and the opportunity to meet her in private when the concerts could take place.