Adele‘s whole Las Vegas performance has been postponed just 24 hours before the show’s opening night. “I’m so sorry, but my show ain’t ready,” the actress said in an emotional Instagram statement. “Half my staff has Covid, making it hard to finish the show,” she added, adding that “delivery delays” had also thrown her plans off.

The singer was scheduled to perform the first of 24 concerts at Caesars Palace’s Colosseum on Friday. The Weekends With Adele series, announced late in November, was set to have the singer performing two gigs every weekend until April. Adele was expected to generate more than £500,000 each concert, with tickets ranging from $85 (£60) to $685 (£500).

Adele has been forced to delay her three-month Las Vegas residency after Covid hit the production.
‘My show ain’t ready’: Adele postpones Las Vegas residency.
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They’d be her first live performances in five years. They are the only gigs she has announced to promote her successful fourth album, 30, along with two dates in London’s Hyde Park this summer. Adele stated she had been “awake for 30 hours” attempting to save the production but had “ran out of time” on Instagram. She went on to say, “It’s been impossible to finish the show.” “I’m gutted because I can’t give you what I have right now.”

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Furthermore, Adele also expressed her regret to those who had already traveled to Las Vegas for the opening weekend. “I’m sorry, but I’m running out of time. I’m disappointed and ashamed, and I apologize to everyone who has traveled again.”

Adele series was scheduled to have the singer performing two shows every weekend until April.
Adele is an English singer.
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The songwriter said, “We’re working on rescheduling all of the dates right now. And I’m going to wrap up my performance. I really want to get it to where it needs to be, but we’ve been up against a lot of obstacles, and it just isn’t ready yet.

Many admirers have shown their support on social media, stating that she made the correct decision and wish her and her team the best of luck. However, some people risk losing hundreds of dollars due to travel and hotel reservations. When Gillian Rowland-Kain, 32, learned of the cancellation via social media, she was already going to Las Vegas from New York for Friday’s opening night event.

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