Adele was finally spotted back in a theater — but unfortunately, she wasn't on stage! Attempting to be incognito, the super-rich yet reclusive British singer caught a Sunday matinee of Wicked at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles on January 20, an eagle-eyed fan told RadarOnline.com. Click through the gallery for exclusive photos of Adele, and all the details of her day out.
“We sat down and noticed that Adele was in the row behind us. We were in row two and she was in row three,” Raul Aguilar Jr. told RadarOnline.com exclusively about seeing the "Rolling in the Deep" singer. “We had better seats than she did! ” He said he excitedly whispered to his sister about seeing her, saying: ‘Oh my God, that’s Adele.’ She gave me a side-eye look."
“My sister gave our friend her phone and told him, ‘Make sure you get her' in Spanish. And Adele clearly knew what she was saying, because she looked right up at us!" Aguilar said.
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The 30-year-old attended Wicked with her husband, young son and friends. “She didn’t talk to anybody,” Aguilar told RadarOnline.com of the low-key star.
Adele had two beefy bodyguards with her, Aguilar Jr. explained: “She got up to go to the bathroom and her bodyguard went with her. That was the only thing that made her noticeable. And when they left, they left through a side door that no one else went through.
Adele and her family noshed on pretzels and candy, the fellow theater-goer said. It may be the last time a fan sees the singer in the theater! When she wrapped her last tour in 2017, she hinted it would be her last, and soon sparked retirement rumors. "I don't know if I'll ever tour again," she said.
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