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Adele sobs as she POSTPONE her stay in Las Vegas due to COVID cases among crew members

‘I’m so sorry but my show isn’t done yet’: Adele sobs as she POSTPONES residency in Las Vegas just 24 HOURS before opening night after Covid cases among crew caused preparation chaos

  • Adele was in tears when she announced a postponement of her Las Vegas residency
  • The singer, 33, blames the delays on COVID-19 cases among her team and crew
  • Her residency also had to be postponed due to delivery delays
  • She said she was awake for ‘more than 30 hours’ and was ‘out of time’
  • Adele would start performing at Caesar’s Palace from January 21



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Adele shocked her fans on Thursday when she revealed in a tearful video that she had been forced to postpone her hugely popular upcoming stay in Las Vegas just 24 hours before taking the stage at Caesar’s Palace.

In a video posted to Twitter, the 33-year-old superstar singer sobbed as she revealed that COVID-19 cases among members of her crew had made it impossible to bring the show to life in time.

Adding to her woes were delivery delays that “made it impossible to finish the show.”

She added that she had been awake for “more than 30 hours” to solve logistical problems, but that she simply had “too little time” to be ready on Friday.

'I'm gutted': Adele, 33, shocked her fans on Thursday when she revealed in a tearful video that she had been forced to postpone her hugely popular upcoming stay in Las Vegas due to COVID-19 cases among crew members

‘I’m gutted’: Adele, 33, shocked her fans on Thursday when she revealed in a tearful video that she had been forced to postpone her hugely popular upcoming stay in Las Vegas due to COVID-19 cases among crew members

Adele admitted she was “exhausted” not being able to get on stage Friday night and was “embarrassed” by the delay.

“I’m so sorry, but my show isn’t done yet,” she confessed

“We’ve tried absolutely everything to put it together on time and make sure it’s good enough for you, but we’ve been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and COVID. Half of my crew and team are [ill] with Covid and still, and it was impossible to finish the show.”

“I’m devastated – I’m sorry it’s so last minute, we’ve been up for over 30 hours to find out and we’re out of time. I’m so upset and I’m really ashamed and I’m sorry to everyone who traveled to get [to the show]. I’m really, really sorry.’

More to follow: The singer wrote that the dates for her residency - which would have started on January 21 and last until April - would be rescheduled soon

More to follow: The singer wrote that the dates for her residency - which would have started on January 21 and last until April - would be rescheduled soon

More to follow: The singer wrote that the dates for her residency – which would have started on January 21 and last until April – would be rescheduled soon

A nightmare: 'We've tried absolutely everything to put it together on time and make it good enough for you, but we've been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and COVID,' she sobbed

A nightmare: 'We've tried absolutely everything to put it together on time and make it good enough for you, but we've been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and COVID,' she sobbed

A nightmare: ‘We’ve tried absolutely everything to put it together on time and make it good enough for you, but we’ve been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and COVID,’ she sobbed

Falling like flies: 'Being half of my crew and team' [ill] with Covid and still, and it was impossible to finish the show,

Falling like flies: 'Being half of my crew and team' [ill] with Covid and still, and it was impossible to finish the show,

Falling like flies: ‘Being half of my crew and team’ [ill] with Covid and still, and it was impossible to finish the show,” she continued, adding that she had been awake for “more than 30 hours” to get the show ready

The Can I Get It singer promised to move the canceled shows.

She added: “We’re going to reschedule all the dates, we’re working on it now, and I’m going to finish my show and bring it where it’s supposed to be. We’ve been through so much and it’s just not done yet. I’m so sorry.’

Weekends With Adele’s residency was announced in November.

The hitmaker of Easy On Me would host two shows at the venue every weekend until April 16, 2022, for a period of 12 weeks.

It is not yet known what the new start date of the concert series will be.

The Colosseum has historically hosted residencies from legendary artists, including Elton John, Mariah Carey, Bette Midler, Cher and Rod Stewart, among others

The Colosseum has historically hosted residencies from legendary artists, including Elton John, Mariah Carey, Bette Midler, Cher and Rod Stewart, among others

The Colosseum has historically hosted residencies from legendary artists, including Elton John, Mariah Carey, Bette Midler, Cher and Rod Stewart, among others

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