The Hyde Park stage saw a particular turn of events on Friday night when Grammy-winning singer Adele, performing for the first time in the UK since 2017, interrupted her show halfway through to help a sick fan who needed help, asking for security to find them and take them to safety. There ‘Hit rock bottom the singer had just started performing the James Bond hit celestial fall when she noticed the commotion. She immediately raised her hands and said:
“Wait, stop, stop.” She then asked fans: “Security? Do you need help from security?”
She then led the concert team, “Right in the middle there, can you see where they’re all waving?” Can you see there? Can you get in there? » She also continued to reassure those in distress: “They’re coming, they’re coming, they’re coming now,” while asking others to “to make room”.
She only resumed her performance after she was sure the ventilator had been brought to safety.
Fans have ‘crazy respect’ for Adele
As Adele helped the distressed fan, the crowd roared in unison in applause for the singer’s beautiful gesture. She not only asked security to help her, but personally went to the scene to make sure the person was okay and was properly secured.
Fans took to Twitter to congratulate the British singer.
I just want to give a crazy respect to Adele for stopping the show and making a scene when she thought someone was in trouble and needed help from security. It was a crowd of over 65,000 and it still did. it really is as simple as that. #AdeleBST pic.twitter.com/PBXdJChNuP
— kieran (@Kieran_sw) July 1, 2022
She didn’t just stop. She walked over and made sure she could see. To like
— Mo Jameson (@IMakeItAll_) July 2, 2022
Mom’s Total Energy – Great Stuff
— Adrienne S. McCord (@AdrienneSMcCord) July 2, 2022
Adele’s heartfelt actions brought back a bad memory
This incident brought to mind the infamous Travis Scott Astroworld concert of 2021, where a commotion led to the death of 9 attendees and many others seriously injured.
Around 50,000 fans were attending Travis Scott’s concert when suddenly an upsurge of people started moving towards the stage, resulting in a wild stampede and subsequent casualties and injuries.
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Since the tragic incident, fans have become more receptive to the artists’ sensitivity to the audience during their performances.
I wonder how many other artists, like rappers. “Hip hop” or whatever would do that? y’all ”Watch and learn!
—Louis (@Louis00680619) July 2, 2022
travis scott cant relate
— Eleanor_laide (@eleanorlaide) July 2, 2022
However, some people believe Adele’s actions were just a way to avoid a lawsuit that could result in injury or loss to fans.
Yeah…..it’s the ‘Travis Scott’ effect. These artists have seen ALL of the lawsuits Scott faced after this mess at his gig. Now all the R singers are going to quit their show when this happens. Not that they’re so concerned about the fans; worried about being sued & 💵💰🤑.
—Lisa (@ldstep) July 2, 2022
Sad that this has now become the norm at all fucking shows, all because no one wants the vitriol that Travis Scott received.
Why don’t we hold the security team and event organizers to account? Why do people on stage now have to do this every time? !
It’s ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/xzTGT7E020
— Casual and Quiet (@CasuallyQ) July 2, 2022
Meanwhile, special people in the audience cheering the Hello The singer included Adele’s son Angelo, Tom Cruise and James Corden.
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