British singer Adele Laurie Blue Adkins assures that when the criticism of the cancellation of her stay in las vegas, Nevada, dealt her an emotional blow, but she doesn’t regret her decision.
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Last January, just a day before her residency was due, the 34-year-old artist postponed it.
At the time, it was argued that it was all due to COVID-related issues prevalent among her production team. However, stories came to light from the staff themselves pointing out that it was impossible to meet various of the artist’s demands.
In response, Adele admitted during an interview with the BBC in London that she was afraid to go on stage with a show that would disappoint her fans.
“I definitely felt everyone’s disappointment and I felt devastated and I was afraid to let them down. I was a shadow of a person for a few months. I had to wait it all out and grieve, I guess, just grieve for over the shows and the guilt, but it was brutal,” she admitted.
He also clarified that the show schedule scheduled to reappear after the pandemic at the beginning of the year was not good enough to put his reputation on the line in front of an audience that would have blamed him.
“I thought I could bounce back and make it work, but I couldn’t, and I’m sticking to that decision. I’m not going to do a show because I have to or because people feel let down or because we’re going to lose a lot of money The program is not good enough,” she emphasized.
In this sense, the European singer acknowledged that she is working on moving her presentation in January. However, people close to her team assured her that she wanted to take her show to another place, although it was difficult to achieve and maybe she will make another appearance in Las Vegas this year.