AT recent interview with Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 4, Hi the singer discussed her infamous delayed Las Vegas residency, admitting “the show wasn’t good enough.
The singer-songwriter’s concert at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas was originally scheduled to take place from January to mid-April.
“I definitely felt the disappointment of everyone, I was devastated and I was afraid to let them down and I thought I could pull myself together and make it work, but I couldn’t and I support this decision,” Adele said.
Adele admitted that the criticism she received from disgruntled fans left her feeling like “sheathed a man for a couple of months” and was “cruel” because many had spent their time and effort to see their favorite artist, but were now forced to absorb significant financial losses.
Despite feeling sorry for the fans, Adele said she has no regrets about the overall decision to end her residency. “I’m not going to do a show just because I have to, or because people will be disappointed, or because we’ll lose a lot of money.”
During her Friday night concert in Hyde Park, Adele mentioned the possibility of rescheduling her US tour dates and may announce it “very, very soon.”
Adele’s BST concert in Hyde Park was her first performance in five years. The two-hour set includes songs from the latest album thirtyand other hits like Rolling In The Deep.