(Article republished from TheCOVIDBlog.com)
For the record, this blogger knows very little about Adele (full name Adele Laurie Blue Adkins), her music and/or her career. She is the girlfriend of Rich Paul, who is the agent for several NBA stars, including LeBron James. That’s the extent of the knowledge herein before doing research for this article. Adele also has the title of “Most Excellent Order of the British Empire” (MBE). Take that for what you will.
Adele, 33, was embroiled in a nasty divorce that was finalized last year. She ended up paying her ex-husband, and father of their 9-year-old son, upwards of $95 million in the divorce settlement. They were married for only three years and had no prenuptial agreement.
The divorce was filed in California, where ex-spouses split everything “equitably” that was earned while the couple was married. California is a Community Property state, like eight other U.S. states. Paparazzi took photos of Adele crying in February 2020 when she was allegedly talking to her ex-husband about the divorce. The photos were also apparently taken after Adele lost 100 pounds.
It’s Hollywood. All the foregoing comes with the territory. And she still has generational wealth.
The British superstar is reportedly still worth well over $180 million. She was set to earn nearly $700,000 per show in her Las Vegas concert residency that was set to kick off tonight. But her faith in Fauci, big pharma and mainstream media propaganda may cost her both money and fans.
Adele was scheduled to perform “Weekends with Adele” at the Colosseum in Caesar’s Palace (Las Vegas) nearly every Friday and Saturday night starting tonight through April 16. The venue has a capacity of about 4,100 people. Tickets went on sale December 10, and immediately sold out for all of said shows. Fans were expecting to pay $85 for cheap seats and perhaps $500 for the best seats. That’s $12 million bare minimum in revenue for Adele, for less than three months of work. But resellers purchased most of the tickets; and prices ballooned to upwards of $35,000 each as a result.
Adele fans around the world had already arranged for travel and lodging weeks in advance to see the pop star. There was another catch too. Adele required all attendees to not only show proof of being fully-vaccinated, but also have a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the show they planned to attend. Home COVID-19 tests were not permitted to show proof of a negative test. Thus, anyone with tickets to the show tonight had to be fully-vaccinated (two shots, no booster) and have a negative COVID test from a for-profit facility before 8 p.m. Pacific on Wednesday, January 19.
The foregoing parameters were set by Adele herself. Rod Stewart is also performing at Caesar’s Palace this winter. But fans are not required to be fully vaccinated for his shows. Van Morrison is performing at Caesar’s Palace in February with no vaccine mandate. The casino itself has no vaccine mandate. This is all Adele’s doing. Further, according to one of Adele’s top fan pages on Twitter, the singer is fully vaccinated.
Fans had been waiting since November when Adele announced this residency to see their beloved pop star. But Adele shocked her fans just hours ago when she announced at the last minute that opening night and subsequent shows for the foreseeable future were cancelled. The video, posted on her official Twitter page, shows the pop star crying and devastated because she is disappointing her fans.
“I’m so sorry, but my show ain’t ready. We tried absolutely everything that we can to put it together in time and for it to be good enough for you. But we’ve been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and COVID. Half of my crew has COVID.”
Watch the full video below.
Unless Adele is a total hypocrite and/or phony, then her entire team and crew are also fully-vaccinated. In other words, half of her crew is suffering from post-injection adverse reactions and cannot perform. Another way to look at it (big pharma perspective) is that half of her crew is COVID-positive despite being “fully-vaccinated.” Adele chose to blame “COVID.”
She rescheduled all concert dates. But thousands of fans are out their travel and lodging expenses, unless the $180 million pop star reimburses them. Adele did not mention anything to that effect.
Adele is not the first famous singer covered on this blog who cancelled concerts due to “vaccines.” Celine Dion was supposed to be the very-first act at the Resorts World Theater, inside the newest casino on the Las Vegas Strip, on November 5. But the fully-vaccinated, French-Canadian singer cancelled the appearance due to “severe and persistent muscle spasms.” Now Ms. Dion cancelled all of her “Courage World Tour” stops in North America from March 9 to April 22.
Again this blogger passes no judgment on Adele’s music. “Hello” and “Rolling in the Deep” were the two songs suggested to listen to, and get an idea of what Adele is about musically. She reminds me a little of Alanis Morissette in my late teens and early 20s – during my first radio broadcasting jobs in the mid 1990s. “Jagged Little Pill” was one of the best alternative rock albums in the last years of our Generation X childhood.
Fair weather fans abandoned Alanis and her 25th anniversary “Jagged Little Pill Tour” because she did not require mRNA and viral vector DNA injections at her shows.
Adele is probably a nice, young woman. But she is also a vaxx zealot. She uses her platforms (27.1 million Twitter followers and 49 million Instagram followers) to push the “vaccine” agenda. You reap what you sow. Just wonder if her fans still believe in the lethal injections after all this. The answer is likely as disappointing as the cancellations were to her fans.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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