Keith Urban announced he will be playing in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, the same weekends that Adele was scheduled to go on the stage. "VEGAS !!!!! We’re coming BACK to the @ColosseumatCP! See you SO soon March 25 - April 2," the country singer tweeted on Tuesday, five days after Adele revealed she was postponing her residency without any replacement dates.
According to Daily Mail, the 33-year-old Hello singer's set has already been torn down as fans continue to fear that she'll never come back to Sin City. Given the venue's list of events, it looks like the earliest Adele will be able to perform is 2023, and that's if the Caesars will have her back after the latest fiasco.
Last week, the Grammy winner cried COVID when she canceled her Las Vegas show just hours before her debut, but Radar has learned there was much more to the story and the details keep piling on.
According to insiders, Adele's crew did come down with COVID-19, but that wasn't the only reason she pulled the plug. When she said the show "wasn't ready," she wasn't exaggerating.
"Adele postponed her residency due to 'COVID' which is true," a source told Deuxmoi. Spilling the tea, the anonymous tipster continued, "but really she just hates all the creative, also she keeps changing the run of the show."
"Crew is working literally 18 hours a day in Vegas. She just won't stop adding and taking things away," they claimed.
Rumors are swirling that her crumbling relationship with Rich Paul didn't help the matter. According to someone connect with Caesars, Adele couldn't get through a rehearsal without having a breakdown on the phone with her boyfriend.
“Adele’s been crying and couldn’t get through a single full rehearsal for the past month,” an insider told Page Six. “Just constantly on the phone with Rich … loudly shouting and sobbing."
The singer's diva-like demands were almost impossible to reach from the get-go. Not only did she make last-minute changes to the show's lineup, but she reportedly clashed with the set designer.
Sources claim Adele and her team were a "total nightmare," demanding impossible things last minute.
After making her announcement, Adele got the hell out of Vegas and headed straight to Rich's $14 million Beverly Hills mansion where she's been hiding ever since.