Adele was initially embarrassed of her sudden decision to halt the start of her Las Vegas residency, but she is now proud of her decision.
In January in January, the “Rolling in the Deep” singer announced that she had was deciding to put off her appearance for The Colosseum in Caesars Palace. In tearful posts on social media, she apologized to her fans and confessed that “my show isn’t quite ready” because of delays in production and an increase in instances of COVID-19.
“I do not think that many people would have made the same choices as I did. I’m extremely proud of myself for being a strong advocate for my artistic desires,” Adele said in an interview with Elle magazine’s most recent feature story.
The following Monday the pop star revealed the reasons of her decision to cancel the “Weekends with Adele” residency and to postpone it until the end of November. The emotional announcement certainly disappointed her the fans however the singer said that for Adele, “it was the most disappointing moment of my career to date.”
“Embarrassed” at the choice for a few months, The “Easy On Me” singer claimed that the previous version of her residency “no soul to it,” was disengaged, and “lacked intimacy” partly due to the Colosseum’s enormous 4100-seat capacity.
But, after having a look at her “artistic requirements,” Adele said “Weekends With Adele” will be more intimate. The show will be able to trace “the history of my starting of my professional career up to the present.”
“The show keeps growing,” she added. “It’s all about music, and it’s very nostalgic. It’s going to be truly gorgeous.”
It was July when Adele made it clear that her Colosseum shows were coming back in the coming months, “after what feels like an eternity of working out how to make it happen.”
“To be in such a intimate setting each week is the thing I’ve been most looking for and I’m determined to provide you with the top from me” she added. “Thank you for all your patience, I appreciate it.”
“Weekends With Adele” will be on display from November. 18 until April 25 in The Colosseum located at Caesars Palace.