Adele fans stunned as singer appears to vanish into thin air during Las Vegas residency
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It goes without saying that Adele is a bit of an icon.
From recently gatecrashing a show at a gay bar to being in a bit of a mood during an NBA basketball game, there’s no doubt she captures all our feelings just as much during her life as she does when she sings about it.
But her latest shenanigans have left fans seriously stunned as the singer appeared to vanish into thin air during a performance as part of her highly anticipated Las Vegas residency show, Weekends with Adele.
Take a look below:
Taking to Twitter today, a fan named Fred shared a clip of Adele playing during her first date at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, last night (18 November) after she previously had to cancel her original set of shows in the City of Sin.
The video, which was captioned: “Where the f**k did she go? #WeekendsWithAdele,” showed the singer raising her arms up during lengthy applause before a curtain of pink confetti came cascading down around her.
When the last of the rosy sparkles came falling down on stage, Adele had literally disappeared from sight.
“I freaked out for a second when this happened, I was like ‘where is she?!’,” one fan admitted in the comments section beneath the video while another added, “I’m saying ‘bro where did our queen go.’”
We were just as shook ourselves, to be honest.
It wasn’t clear exactly how Adele made such a quick run-for-it appear so mystical, but I would have thought there was a stage trap door through which she made a swift exit while the confetti fell. Or it was magic - one of the two.
LADbible has approached Adele's representatives for comment on this baffling phenomenon.
The singer's Las Vegas residency was originally scheduled to kick off back in January of this year, but thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, a major curveball was thrown and completely sent the arrangements into chaos.
Adele revealed to her fans that 'half of her team' had been struck off with Covid-19 and they weren't able to put on the show that she'd been working hard on.
In a tearful address to her fans on social media, she spoke of how she was heartbroken knowing people had made plans, booked plane tickets, organised hotel rooms and got very excited to see her perform her new album and her old hits, however she knew she couldn't put on the show as planned.
Thankfully for her fans, the postponed Weekends with Adele has officially kicked off and will stretch over the next five months at the Colosseum from 18 November 2022 through till 25 March 2023.