Adele launches Las Vegas residency, issues emotional apology to fans for postponed shows: ‘I’m truly sorry’
The singer, who is currently on tour with her new album “25” and opened up to the crowd, shared the following message of apology: “Just so you know I’m sorry. I made all my fans suffer. I apologize for being so hard on you when we haven’t had the time to get to know each other.”
“Because of my schedule, I really have had to step back from touring and be a homebody,” Adele released, “I’ve been spending a lot of time at home. I’m sorry if it has been too much. I’m also sorry if I’m not being nice to you. I am nice to you and I do mean it when I say I’m sorry.”
Adele was recently criticized, especially by fans who accused her of being rude to her fans when she played the Las Vegas stop of her 2017 world tour.
This is the second tour she is going to have to cancel, as she had already postponed her show in San Francisco due to illness.
“The fans who come to my shows are incredibly gracious – they have been so lovely about it all, and I am sincerely grateful to them,” Adele added. “I’ve just been so overwhelmed by the amount of love and support from people all over the world.”
She went on to clarify that she is not being disrespectful to her fans by cancelling her show, saying: “It’s not fair to say I’m being rude, because we all know the same thing is true: I have to be really busy. You guys are not going to have much chance of my returning to see you until late 2018, and then it depends all on the health of my heart and my wellbeing. That’s how life works. I’m sorry I can’t come see you guys, but I love you all.”
It is the latest episode of Adele’s struggles as a public figure as she continues to perform during the coronavirus pand