Adele pushed her nerves aside to deliver a crowd-pleasing performance at Britain's Glastonbury Festival on Saturday night (June 25).
The Rolling in the Deep singer revealed she was nervous to an estimated crowd of 150,000 festivalgoers in Somerset, England and was so stunned by the turnout at the start of her set that the usually chatty star didn't know what to say so she moved swiftly from opener Hello to single Rumour Has It.
She’s usually a pleasant pop star, but Adele got pretty fired up after a snooty producer openly questioned if she has used auto tune on her records.
During a recent concert, the “Rolling in the Deep” dame referenced the comments of 72-year-old Tony Visconti, who recently told The Daily Star, "You turn the radio on and it's fluff, you are listening to 90 percent computerized voices. We know Adele has a great voice but it's even questionable if that is actually her voice or how much has been manipulated. We don't know."
Adele scolded a fan who was filming her show with a video camera.
The British superstar told off a concertgoer after she caught a fan filming with a camera on a tripod. The incident was caught by another fan, ironically, on their camera phone, at the star's show in Verona over the weekend.
She has the voice of an angel and the grace of a queen, yet even Adele manages to make mistakes from time to time.
During her performance in Lisbon, Portugal, the “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” lady flubbed the lyrics to her lovely ditty “Million Years Ago,” and instead of glossing over it, she called herself out.
Adele is reportedly set to sign a $131 million record deal with Sony Music.
The Rolling in the Deep singer is reportedly about to close a deal to move from her current label XL Recordings to Sony Music, and the staggering $131 million contract will bring her fortune to $254 million, according to Britain's The Sun newspaper.