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Adele's vanishing stage-trick at end of Las Vegas show is still baffling people in slo-mo

Adele's vanishing stage-trick at end of Las Vegas show is still baffling people in slo-mo

Teach us your secrets, Adele.

Adele fans are still trying to work out how she managed to perform a jaw-dropping 'vanishing act' at the end of her Las Vegas show.

In case you missed it, the 'Rumour Has It' singer has finally begun her long-awaited residency at Caesars Palace, and she's pulling out all the stops, including a dramatic disappearance during the grand finale. Check it out:

Even after fans put the video in slow motion, they still couldn't figure out where exactly Adele, 34,, went after the wave of pink confetti fell from the ceiling.

Some suspect that there must be a trap door on the stage that'd give the singer a quick exit, but no one can be sure – the move is just way too slick.

"Yeah the slow-motion video didn't help", one fan complained after seeing the footage.

"And I still can’t figure out HOW", tweeted a second.

"It honesty trips me out that I’ve watched these videos so many times and I can’t see s**t! Where did she go?!?" wrote a third.

Though some people are getting frustrated that they can't figure this one out, others are just plain impressed.

People are falling over themselves trying to get tickets for Adele's show before her Las Vegas residency wraps up, after videos from the first gig went viral this weekend.

The residency was originally due to start back in January, but was postponed last minute because of production issues and covid concerns among the team.

Adele's Las Vegas residency is already a huge success.

LADbible has approached Adele's representatives for more info on this frankly baffling stunt.

The 'Set Fire To The Rain' singer finally launched her Las Vegas stint on Friday and was met with a full standing ovation.

Holding back tears, she told the crowd: "Thank you so much for coming back to me. I really appreciate it.

"You look amazing and it looks just what I imagined it would look like, it's perfect.

"I don’t get to go off stage for about 50 minutes so I’m going to have a s****y face of streaked makeup for the whole first part of the show."

Admitting that she had a problem with stage-fright before she kicked off the show, she told fans: "I'm so scared and nervous, but I am so happy."

The spectacular show is going to be running for the next five months at the Colosseum from 18 November 2022 through till 25 March 2023.

So there's still plenty of time if you want to put us all out of our misery and try and figure out for yourself how Adele does it.

Featured Image Credit: AdelenowUK

Topics: Adele, Music, Celebrity