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Adele’s “intimate” residence

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Adele has withdrawn her residency in Las Vegas.

The 34-year-old singer is keen to make her upcoming shows at Caesars Palace more “intimate” than she previously anticipated.

A source explained, “Adele has revised her plan for the show, stripped it down. The production will be very classy, ​​the show is all about her energy and her voice.”

The “Someone Like You” singer previously postponed her residency due to “delivery delays and COVID.” And she now wants to create another kind of show.

The insider told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column: “The January shows had room for a sizeable orchestra and band as well as a 60-piece choir. The feel was big, grand and immensely theatrical.

“Now she wants it to be more intimate and connect with the audience by being with them during the performance.

“Adele wants to leave her mark with this show and be seen as one of Sin City’s biggest headliners.

“The genius of this approach is that intimacy is something different compared to other acts. Adele’s show will be filled with her warmth and personality.

“The production always presents dazzling events against stunning backdrops, aided by screens and stage props.

“The choir is currently in discussion as to whether additional singers will be brought in for a finale with ‘Skyfall’.”

Adele postponed her entire Las Vegas residency in January, just 24 hours before opening night.

The award-winning star then took to social media to explain the decision to her fans.

Adele said on Instagram: “I’m so sorry but my show is not ready. Half of my team has COVID and it has been impossible to finish the show.”

Adele also confessed to feeling “embarrassed” by the situation.

She said: “I’m sorry it’s last minute. I’m so upset and I’m really embarrassed and I’m so sorry to everyone who has yet to travel.”

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