Adele charms Los Angeles with an intimate concert

Adele charms Los Angeles with an intimate concert

Adele charms Los Angeles with an intimate concert

Adele’s concert for the Adele Night Only special was broadcast in the United States on Sunday evening. The singer performed in a long black evening dress and said she was “fascinated by the location”. “When I play again after this long, it’s a rather nice place,” she joked.

Partly due to the coronavirus, the concert was small in size and thus intimate. The audience included Lizzo, Gordon Ramsay, James Corden, Ellen DeGeneres, Melissa McCarthy and Seth Rogen, who are Adele’s acquaintances. “I wanted to be surrounded by people I love and know, although there are also some people I don’t know. You are also very welcome,” the singer said.

Adele started her show with her hit song Hello, followed by Easy On Me, Skyfall, Someone Like You and When We Were Young. In between singing, she joked with the audience that her dress was so tight that she couldn’t sit in it. She replied politely: “Then I will stand there.”

The fact that her 9-year-old son Angelo was present for the first time in his life at his mother’s concert, Adele moved. “It’s such an honor to be here tonight. I won’t talk more about it or else I’ll get too emotional.”

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