Festival-goers went wild as Adele twerked during her performance as headliner at the BST Hyde Park Festival. and a transparent and shiny skirt. The crowd cheered as the singer showed off her moves as she sang her 2015 hit Send My Love (To Your New Lover). The BST shows is Adele's first live performance in the UK since 2017 at Wembley Stadium. On Friday night in , Adele fought back tears during the emotional concert.
EastEnders fan Adele has 'Queen Vic set up backstage' in Hyde Park. While belting out her record-breaking hit "Someone Like You" in 2011, the multi-award-winning singer was brought to tears by the breathtaking sounds of the audience playing every note and lyrics of the emotional hit. The singer was visibly overwhelmed with emotion even before her first song was over, telling the crowd of 65,000, "My God, I'm home again.""It's so strange to be in front of an audience again. I get really nervous before every show but I love being here," she added.
Adele performed during her first show at BST Hyde Park (Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images f) The mother-of-one was cheered on Friday by her ex Simon Konecki and her boyfriend, sports agent Rich Paul, 40, who spent the night laughing joke with each other. -old son Angelo- has hosted his A-list friends including Cameron Diaz, Benji Madden, Niall Horan and James Corden, as well as TV presenter Lorraine Kelly.One partygoer said: "Simon and Adele are like best friends and he gets along great with Rich." She has tasked Simon with welcoming all her friends backstage to the Queen Vic Bar to show how important he is to she is. The show marked the first time Adele had performed live in the UK in five years (Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images f). Adele appeared confident as she entertained the 65,000 viewers, no doubt determined to put on a show that she will later remember as she ravaged the fans. when announced its stay in Las Vegas at the end of January. Last night's concert came to a halt after the singer spotted a meaningful message from a fan in the crowd.Before playing Someone Like You, the singer explained how she saw someone holding a sign that read, "You're the reason I'm alive." Adele sings a song on the second night of her concert at BST Hyde Park (Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images f) They make you feel really good."
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