Adele admits that cancelling her Las Vegas residency was a career low.

Adele calls the Las Vegas residency cancellation the “worst time in my career” and vows to “nail” subsequent shows.

The British singer-songwriter canceled 24 hours before coming on stage seven months after the dates were postponed.

She said it “lacked soul” in an interview. Misset stage. It felt distant from me and my band. Perhaps I overdid it by giving it such a restricted environment.

“That was my worst job.” I loved those shows. Miserable.

She felt ashamed about the cancellation but proud of supporting her artistic needs. “The first few months were hard. Daringly doing so boosted my confidence. Few individuals would have acted like me.

Weekends with Adele will run from November to March at Caesars Palace. Adele said the shows were good for her career.

I’m allowed to act now. I’m not 60 and don’t have 20 albums. Vegas may benefit from my music, though.

Her new design aims to restore the connection she missed in January. “I want to share my career’s beginnings to the present day.” The show progresses. The nostalgic music drives everything. She said it’ll be beautiful.

She also revealed that her American sports agent boyfriend, Rich Paul, is “crazy” for her and that she’s “never been in love like this.”

The singer revealed her relationship with Paul in September 2021. She wanted to remarry and have more children.

“Being a matriarch and homemaker helps me sing. She said, “All I can think about is Vegas.” I must succeed.

Adele came back with her fourth album, 30, and a TV special that was taped at the London Palladium in 2021.

Boy George, Emma Thompson, Jodie Comer, Samuel L. Jackson, Olly Alexander, and many other famous people were there.

It followed her two-hour CBS interview with Oprah Winfrey the week before.

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