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Adele is back on the big stage.
While performing at the BTS Hyde Park Festival in London, Adele paused her show four times to make sure fans got the help they needed.
in clip seen on twitterAdele ordered her band to stop playing and approached the front of the stage to signal fans that they needed help for security.
“I just want to say crazy respect to Adele for stopping the show and doing a scene when she thought someone was in trouble and needed help from security. This was a crowd of over 65,000 people and she’s still doing it. It really is that easy,” a fan wrote on Twitter.
According to Page Six, Adele paused her show four times to make sure party-goers were okay.
Adele’s London appearance was her first in five years. She released her fourth studio album “30” in November.
Rolling Stone reported that she told the audience, “Oh my God, I’m home.” “It’s weird to be in front of a crowd again. I get very nervous before every show but I love being here.”
The Grammy-winning singer’s safety action comes after at least 10 fans died during the mass casualties at the Travis Scott Astroworld Festival in November.
Adele isn’t the only artist who prioritized safety on her show as Doja Cat, billie eilish And Pharrell Williams has made a point to stop shows when fans need help.
In January, Adele She canceled her Las Vegas residency The day before she was ready to give her first show at Caesars Palace.
“Hi. Listen, I’m so sorry, but my show isn’t ready,” the singer said in a video statement after she choked on Twitter. “We’ve tried absolutely everything we can to put it together in time to be good enough for you, but we’re totally devastated by the delays in delivery and COVID.”
The singer ensured that all appointments were rescheduled, and her team is currently working on doing so.
Fox News Nate Day contributed to this report.
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