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Adele Stopped Las Vegas Show To Scold Security For 'Bothering' A Fan


Taylor Swift isn't the only big-name musician who is ready to call security during a show. Adele stopped Las Vegas show on Saturday night to help a fan who she said was being "bothered" by security.

Multiple videos shared by people who were there show that the singer stopped singing "Water Under the Bridge" in the middle of the show to ask security what was going on.

Adele Stopped Las Vegas Show To Defend A Fan

Adele wearing a gold dress while holding a mic
Adele wearing a gold dress while holding a mic

Adele stopped her Las Vegas residency show on August 26 to tell the security guard at Caesars Palace to stop "bothering" one of her concertgoers. Adele stopped singing "Water Under the Bridge" and asked what was going on in the crowd, which was caught on video by a fan. The fan was dancing and singing along while holding what looked like a selfie stick. He recorded the whole thing and later shared it on TikTok.

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What is going on there with that young fan who’s been bothered so much, since I came on, for standing up? What’s going on with him?- Adele

The singer was talking to one person in the crowd during her "Weekends With Adele" show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. She said:

Yes, you, with your hand up, yes you! Put your hand up. You, no you, yes, you with the stick in your hand. Yes, him. What are you doing? Why are you all bothering him? Can you leave him alone, please?- Adele

Then she told the man:

They won’t bother you anymore, darling. You enjoy the show. Leave him alone.

Adele told the crowd what had happened, and she said:

Sorry, guys. He’s been bothered the whole show by security and other people sitting behind him. He’s here to have fun. All of you are here to have fun.

Adele has always stood up for her fans, even when she was the one making trouble. Last year, when she put off the start of her Las Vegas residency, she was seen FaceTiming with many people who were planning to go. She apologized in tears and offered free goods, drink tickets, and even meet-and-greets.

Adele also made news over the weekend when she was said to have said that she fell backstage during one of her Vegas shows because of a flare-up of her sciatica. The Mayo Clinic says that sciatica is a disease that causes pain "from the lower back through the hips and buttocks and down each leg" via the sciatic nerve.

Adele apparently told people in the audience this weekend in Las Vegas that her production team had to pick her "whole body up off the floor" after she passed out backstage because of sciatica.

Adele Laurie Blue Adkins, known professionally as Adele, is a British singer-songwriter. She was born on May 5, 1988, in Tottenham, London, England. Adele gained international fame and recognition for her powerful voice, soulful ballads, and emotional songwriting.

Her debut album, "19," was released in 2008 and included hits like "Chasing Pavements" and "Hometown Glory." However, it was her second album, "21," released in 2011, that catapulted her to superstardom. The album's lead single, "Rolling in the Deep," became a massive hit and was followed by other successful singles like "Someone Like You" and "Set Fire to the Rain." "21" won multiple Grammy Awards and became one of the best-selling albums of all time.

Adele's third album, "25," was released in 2015 and included hits like "Hello" and "When We Were Young." Similar to her previous albums, "25" received critical acclaim and commercial success, further solidifying her status as one of the world's most successful artists.


Adele has been called a "Queen" by her fans after she stopped her show at her latest event to protect a fan from a rude security guard. The North London singer shocked the crowd at her Las Vegas residency on Saturday when she stopped singing "Water Under the Bridge" to tell security to stop "bothering" a member of the audience. The 35-year-old singer was about to start the sixth song on her Weekends with Adele set list when she told her band to stop playing and called attention to a situation going on in the audience.

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