Adele Adkins Wins Hearts with Her Kind Gesture at a Concert in Hyde Park, London!
- Adele Adkins performed at London’s BST Hyde Park Festival on Friday.
- The Grammy-winning singer performed in front of a crowd of 65,000.
- She even asked for security assistance for a fan who was having some trouble because of the crowd.
Adele Adkins helps a fan in the middle of a concert
Singer Adele Adkins who was performing at London’s Hyde Park on Friday halted her concert to help a fan who was seemingly having some trouble in the crowd.
The Grammy-winning singer who rocked the stage in front of a live audience of 65,000 in five years was moved to tears before she even sang her first song.
She told the audience:
“My God, I’m back at home.”
It’s so strange to be in front of a crowd again. I get so nervous before each show but I love being up here,”
Fans went after seeing her perform on stage after so long. One fan who attended the concert said:
“It was an unforgettable night,”
“I lucked out getting a ticket in the first place, so it was unreal to see her sing in front of a live audience after all this time.”
Adele is one loving and caring superstar
When Adele knew that some of her fans waited for her for over seven hours in the heat, the Someone Like You singer sent out water for them.
Not just that, the British singer also stopped her show many times throughout her two-hour-long show to help several fans who were medical assistance.
It showed that she put her fans before anything else.
Every time she felt something was not right with the crowd, she would stop singing and check up on her fans to see if they needed anything.
After making sure everything was okay, she would go back to singing.
The Hello singer sang some of her old classics like Rolling in the Deep, Someone Like You, and Skyfall, along with some of her latest hits like Easy on Me, Oh My God, etc.
The singer was so glad to be performing on stage in her home country after so long.
Fans praised her performance but it was her kindness and caring behavior that stole the show.