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Emotional return to the stage for Adele after five years of absence

Adele on stage at the BST Hyde Park Festival on Friday July 1 in London for her long-awaited return to the stage. (Photo: Gareth Cattermole via Getty Images)

Adele on stage at the BST Hyde Park Festival on Friday July 1 in London for her long-awaited return to the stage. (Photo: Gareth Cattermole via Getty Images)

MUSIC – A very emotional return home. For her return to the UK stage after a five-year absence, singer Adele couldn’t hide her emotions.

At the BST festival in Hyde Park in London this Friday, July 1, Adele made a moving return to her native land. “I’m so happy to be here,” she told the crowd, implacable to hold back his emotions when going on stage to start his hit “Hello”.

To the sound of the successes of her four albums, the singer from Tottenham delivered a show of almost two hours for the 65,000 festival-goers present in London.

Among the crowd, the child of the singer, but also several international stars such as Tom Cruise, Luke Evans or the former member of One Direction Niall Horan.

Adele comes to the aid of a struggling fan

During her concert and when she was about to start the song “Skyfall” from the James Bond film of the same name, the singer suddenly stopped.

“Stop, stop, stop. Do you need security there?” arms.

“Right in the middle there, see where they’re all waving? Do you see them? Can you go?” Adele continued to concert security. The singer then warned onlookers of the impending arrival while asking the crowd to “clear the way” to let security pass. Once the incident was settled, the singer resumed “Skyfall” from the beginning, to the applause of the crowd.

This return to the stage was eagerly awaited. At the beginning of the year, the singer had been forced to cancel a series of twelve shows planned in residence in Las Vegas. The singer had justified these cancellations “by delivery times and the Covid”.

Last November, shortly after the release of his fourth studio album 30the star had revealed that she would perform every weekend for twelve weeks from January 21 in Las Vegas.

See also on The HuffPost: Adele Tearfully Announces Postponement of Her Series of Las Vegas Shows

This article originally appeared on The HuffPost and has been updated.

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