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Video: Adele stops Vegas show to protect herself from fan harassment

The controversy surrounding Adele's stay in Las Vegas this weekend has the internet taking notice. The superstar interrupted her "weekend."

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Apr 8, 2024
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Video: Adele stops Vegas show to protect herself from fan harassment

The controversy surrounding Adele's stay in Las Vegas this weekend has the internet taking notice. The superstar interrupted her "Weekend with Adele" show at Caesars Palace Arena on Saturday to defend a fan who was repeatedly approached by a security guard and asked to sit down.

"What's wrong with this young fan? He's so upset about standup since I came on?" Adele said after interrupting her performance of "Water Under the Bridge."

She pointed to a security guard on the stage and continued: "Yes, you, raise your hands, yes, you! Why are you all bothering him? Can you let him go? They won't bother you anymore, honey." .You like the show. Leave him alone.”

The incident sparked an outpouring of reactions from millions on social media, with the fan named Juan Pablo recording the performance on a 360-degree camera. So his camera captured not only Adele's tirade, but also everyone who came up to him and asked him to sit down first.

See this TMZ highlight reel for yourself.

After returning home, Pablo posted the video in question to his TikTok account.

"I didn't expect everyone in the department to be mad at me because I was having so much fun and wanted to stand up and sing with her, but honestly I couldn't care less what people say to me," he wrote. In a subsequent post, she added: "I only had one chance to see her but I took it. I'm not really sorry. You could have stood up."

Sparking global debate

The event was significant because it marked the first global debate over the right to stand at Las Vegas residencies and concerts.

When does self-indulgence infringe on the rights of others? Would paying big bucks for a one-time ticket change that formula?

If someone who wants to sit behind Pablo buys a ticket today (e.g. Friday, September 1st), the cheapest seat available from the dealer will be $485, and that seat will be at the top of the balcony, not the top of the balcony . on the ground. Where this weekend's events took place.

Twitter user @Nettey128 wrote: "If you're going to complain about people standing around having fun, don't go to concerts by people whose songs suck."

This tweet represents the majority opinion. In fact, a poll posted on Twitter on Monday night showed that 57.5% of 4,181 respondents said they would stand at an Adele concert, while only 25.5% would sit. 17% had no opinion. The survey was posted by our own Vital Vegas blogger Scott Roeben.

Twitter user @VHbicycles expressed dissent, writing: "Be a little polite and realize these seats are assigned and the person behind you might appreciate the courtesy...just look at the room everyone."

Would you be disturbed by Juan Pablo's behavior? Let us know in the comments!

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