Adele is not just an absolute legend for her banger ballads but also for her humour, her swag and the way she chats to her fans like they’re her mates down the pub.
The 35-year-old noticed a concertgoer having a bit of trouble and wanted to check in with them.
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The close-up footage was filmed at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, where Adele has so far completed 24 weekends of her already-iconic residency.
She’d just started singing the 2015 song ‘Water Under the Bridge’ when she asked her band to stop.
Adele looks and sounds p***ed off as she pulls the mic from the stand and asks: “What is going on with that young fan over there?”
Pointing across the audience, she adds: “He’s been bothered so much since I came on for standing up, what’s going on with him?”
There seemed to be some confusion over who Adele was addressing, but she began berating someone for disturbing the fan with a ‘stick in their hand’.
“What are you doing? Why are you bothering him? Can you leave him alone please?”
And you can certainly tell the London-born star is a mum, as her firm yet calm tone is enough to make anyone stop what they’re doing. You know the one.
She then switches to address her fan: “They won’t bother you again my darling, you enjoy the show."
Returning to her mic stand, ready to restart the song, Adele apologises to the crowd: “Sorry guys he’s been bothered the whole show by security and other people sitting behind him.
“He’s here to have fun alright, all of you are here to have fun.”
Her Vegas audience cheers for her as American accents erupt into ‘yess’ and ‘woooo’s and the bare-footed singer blows a kiss over to the fan to begin the ‘Water Under the Bridge’ again.
The short clip has gone viral on Twitter with over 170k views in one post since it was uploaded this morning (27 August).
Calling her ‘the greatest of all time since MJ’, users wrote: “Another Day, Another Adele’s Masterclass.”
Many call her ‘mother’ and say: “She is such a queen.”
Another writes: “Adele's incredible talent shines not only on stage but also in her actions off stage.
“Her decision to stand up for a fan shows the depth of her kindness and genuine connection with her audience. True class and compassion!”
Don’t think we'll be looking to start beefing with Adele anytime soon.Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@camilarossiii