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Adele is back on a big stage.
During a performance at the BTS Hyde Park Festival in London, Adele stopped the show four times to make sure his fans were getting the help they needed. In a clipseen on
Twitter, Adele tells the band to stop playing and approaches the stage to get fans in need of security help. I will point out.
Adele during a performance in Hyde, London I shed tears at the Park Festival on Friday. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole / Getty Images)
"To Adele who stopped the show and made the scene when someone thought he was in trouble I just want to pay tribute and needed security help. It was a crowd of over 65,000 people, but she did it. It's really easy, "fans wrote on Twitter.
According to page 6, Adele has stopped the show four times to make sure the concert attendees are okay.
Her appearance in London was her first show in five years. She released her fourth studio album "30" in November.
Adele cancels the show in London And make sure her fans got the help they needed. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole / Getty Images)
"My God, I'm back home" She told the audience , Rolling Stone Report. "It's very strange to stand in front of the audience again. I'm very nervous before each show, but I love being here."
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Grammy Award-winning singers' safety efforts took place at Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival in November. At least 10 fans died during the massive casualties.
Doja Cat,Billie Eilish, Adele isn't the only artist to emphasize that Pharrell Williams will stop the show when fan support is needed.
Grammy Award winning singers 5 London for the first live show in a year. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole / Getty Images)
In January, Adelecanceled his residence in Las VegasBefore she was set to debut the show at Caesars Palace.
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"Hello. Listen, I'm sorry. My show isn't ready, "the singer said in a video statement when she suffocated on Twitter. "We absolutely tried everything we could to put it together in time and make it good enough for you, but it was completely destroyed by delivery delays and COVID."
The Diva guarantees that all dates will be reschedule, and her team is currently working on that.
Fox News' Nate Day contributed to this report.
Janelle Ash is an entertainment writer for FoxNews Digital.