Adele has come to the defense of a fan who was forced to sit down during her show in Las Vegas

A supporter of Adele has expressed gratitude to the singer for “standing up for me” after she interrupted a show on Saturday when she witnessed a security guard instructing another fan to sit down.

While she was in the middle of performing “Water Under the Bridge,” the singer abruptly ended her set as part of her residency in Las Vegas.

The male member of the crowd was participating in the performance enthusiastically when he was informed by another fan sitting behind him and a security guard that he was obstructing the view.

As soon as Adele noticed this, she interrupted the music and told the security guy to “leave him alone.”

The fan made a recording of the encounter with the use of a selfie stick, which he afterwards uploaded on TikTok.

In the beginning of the video, he can be seen getting up and singing along to the song “I Drink Wine,” until a woman tells him to “look behind you, everybody’s upset.”

“What the heck is wrong with him?”
After that, the fan decided to take a seat, but when the song had finished, Adele informed the audience, “You can stand up.”

Other members of the audience began to rise up as well; however, the particular fan, who was ecstatic to have presumably been acknowledged by Adele, began yelling and leaping up and down as the performer started singing “Water Under the Bridge.”

The employee then approached the spectator and gave him the reassurance that he would “keep calm.”

Adele paused the music and asked, “What the heck is going on with that young fan over there?” Since I came on for standing up, he has been bothered to such a great degree. What exactly is he up to these days?”

She asked the employees, “Why are you bothering him, and can you leave him alone, please?”

The following is what she said to the spectator after that: “They won’t bother you… you enjoy the show.”

A security guard advised him that he did not need to sit down since he was OK and that he should remain in his current position.

“No time for them haters,” the speaker said.
The lead singer then addressed the audience, saying, “Sorry guys, he’s been bothered the whole show by security about people sitting behind him, he’s here to have fun, and all of you are here to have fun.” She then urged her band to “start again” and continued her performance.

After the show, he posted the following message on TikTok: “Adele, I cannot thank you enough for this breathtaking night and for standing up for me, so that I could experience your concert the way it was meant to be.”

“I’m still trying to wrap my head around the fact that I was in the same room as Adele, that I sang every song with her, and that she even paused the show to defend me,” I said. “I still can’t believe it.”

“I did not expect anyone in my section to be mad at me for having the time of my life and wanting to stand up and sing with her, but I honestly did not care at all about what anyone was saying to me.” “I did not expect everyone in my section to be mad at me for having the time of my life and wanting to stand up and sing with her.”

“I couldn’t help but be in awe of the masterpiece that I was seeing with my very own eyes.” I simply did not have the time to deal with their hatred.

Adele, who is most well-known for classics such as “Rolling in the Deep,” “Hello,” “Someone Like You,” and “Easy on Me,” is planning to keep performing her gigs in Las Vegas until November.

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