Adele STOPS concert mid-show


In almost every concert in Australia, British crooner Adele has managed to say something to wow crowds.

And on Sunday night during her final show in Melbourne, the pop diva did not fail to disappoint her 77,300 fans.

This time she stopped the concert mid-show to chastise a security guard who was asking crowd-goers to sit down.

Show stopper!  On Sunday night during her final show in Melbourne, Adele did not fail to disappoint her 77,300 fans. This time she stopped the concert mid-show to chastise a security guard who was asking crowd-goers to sit down

Show stopper!  On Sunday night during her final show in Melbourne, Adele did not fail to disappoint her 77,300 fans. This time she stopped the concert mid-show to chastise a security guard who was asking crowd-goers to sit down

Say what?! 'Just before we go to the next song … excuse me sir? Could you stop telling people to sit down?' the 28-year-old yelled out

Say what?! ‘Just before we go to the next song … excuse me sir? Could you stop telling people to sit down?’ the 28-year-old yelled out

‘Just before we go to the next song … excuse me sir? Could you stop telling people to sit down?’ the 28-year-old yelled out.

‘If you don’t like dancing, don’t come to a f***ing music show.

‘If I see one more person get told to sit down, I swear to God,’ Adele warned.  

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Adele also invited a crying fan on stage, who unexpectedly proposed to his boyfriend.  

Fans took to Twitter shortly after the proposal, to gush over the sweet moment.

One fan Tweeted: ‘Omggg (sic) she’s giving him her microphone and the guy is proposing.’ 

Another added: ‘Adele’s Melbourne show is already off to a kick-arse (sic) start with a super sweet same-sex marriage proposal.’ 

Another congratulated the pair, Tweeting: ‘Congrats to this lovely guys who got engaged on stage at #AdeleMelbourne.’ 

Sweet: Another added that 'Adele's Melbourne show is already off to a kick-arse start with a super sweet same-sex marriage proposal'

Sweet: Another added that ‘Adele’s Melbourne show is already off to a kick-arse start with a super sweet same-sex marriage proposal’

One fan urged Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to ‘take note,’ considering same-sex marriage is illegal in Australia.  

The proposal was between concertgoers Wade and Chris. 

Adele first invited Chris on stage after he cried during her opening song, Hello. 

When on stage, Wade got on bended knee to pop the question, with Adele being in complete shock. 

That hair flip! During her Melbourne show on Saturday evening, the Rolling in the Deep singer thrilled fans when she impersonated her friend Beyonce

That hair flip! During her Melbourne show on Saturday evening, the Rolling in the Deep singer thrilled fans when she impersonated her friend Beyonce

Go girl! Adele flipped her hair back and forth as she stood in front of a fan, like Beyonce (L)
Go girl! Adele flipped her hair back and forth as she stood in front of a fan, like Beyonce (L)

Go girl! Adele flipped her hair back and forth as she stood in front of a fan, like Beyonce (L)

‘That wasn’t planned, I had no idea!,’ the hit maker said. 

During her Melbourne show on Saturday evening, the Rolling in the Deep singer thrilled fans when she impersonated her friend Beyonce while flipping her hair back and forth in front of a wind machine. 

Earlier in the evening, Adele joked that if her fans were looking for a good time they had come to the wrong place, describing her concert as ‘basically just two hours of crying and songs about my ex-boyfriend’. 

Sense of humour: Adele joked that if her fans were looking for a good time they had come to the wrong place, describing her concert as 'basically just two hours of crying and songs about my ex-boyfriend'

Sense of humour: Adele joked that if her fans were looking for a good time they had come to the wrong place, describing her concert as ‘basically just two hours of crying and songs about my ex-boyfriend’

Sunday’s show was Adele’s final show in Australia. 

Adele told her crowd on Saturday, how surprised she was that she had so much fun on tour.

‘I’m not much of a touring artist, I’d rather be home having Chinese to be honest,’ she confessed.

That's a wrap! Sunday's show was Adele's final show in Australia

That’s a wrap! Sunday’s show was Adele’s final show in Australia

 

 

 



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