Adele is giving an explanation for why she decided to push back her gigs in Las Vegas.
She said, “I certainly felt everyone’s pain, and I was crushed, and I was frightened of letting them down and because I was certain that I could bring everything together and make it work, I continue to support the choice that I made.
Adele, who is 34 years old, said that while money wasn’t an issue, the show’s quality wasn’t “good enough.”
“You can’t buy me, you can’t buy me for nothing. I’m not going to simply give a show because I have to, or because people will be dissatisfied, or because we’ll lose a ton of money”.
Additionally, the singer of “Easy on Me” said that when she canceled the engagements in late January, she was met with persistent criticism for her decision to do so.
She said, “I was a shell of a person for a few of months. It was a horrific experience, but all I could do was wait it out and, I suppose, simply lament the concerts and move on from the guilt.
If there is nothing new to report to you, you won’t get an update from me since I don’t want to add to your sense of loss.”
Friday was the first time in five years that British singer Adele has performed in front of an audience, and she did so at the British Summer Time event held in Hyde Park.
She allegedly addressed the crowd, “It is quite strange to be back in front of a large group again.
Even though I have a terrible case of stage fright before every performance, I love being up here.”