Adele had her concert stopped by Caesars Palace security performers during her Las Vegas gig on August 26 for “bothering” a man who came to her concert.
“What is going on there with that young fan who’s been bothered so much since I came on for standing up?” she called out to the Weekends With Adele audience, as seen in fan footage from the show. “What’s going on with him? Yes, you, with your hand up, yes you!”
She then addressed the rest of his fans present, stating, “Sorry, guys. He’s been bothered the whole show by security and other people sitting behind him. He’s here to have fun. All of you are here to have fun.”
“Why are you all bothering him?” she asked. “Can you leave him alone, please? They won’t bother you anymore, darling. You enjoy the show. Leave him alone.”
“Let’s start again,” Adele announced, and the band started from the top of “Water Under the Bridge.”
Taylor Swift also came to the rescue of a fan midway through a performance on her current tour. At her Erasure Tour stop on May 13 in Philadelphia, Swift performed “She’s Fine!” and interrupted his performance of “Bad Blood” to shout. and “She was doing nothing!” Between the lyrics of the song.
“Hey! Stop!” She reportedly yelled at the aggressive security guard before continuing to sing.
Then she picked up her microphone from its stand and walked down the stage.
“Yes, you with your hand up. Yes, you, put your hand up,” she said to an unknown person. “Yes, you, with the stick in your hand. Yes, him. What are you doing? Why are you out bothering him? Can you leave him alone, please?”
Putting his microphone back on the stand, she addressed the fan directly, saying, “They won’t bother you again, dear. Enjoy the show.”
Explaining the situation to the rest of the audience, Adele said “Sorry, guys, he’s been bothered the whole show by security and other people sitting behind him. He’s here to have fun. All of you are here to have fun. Let’s go again.”
However, The British singer then resumed her performance.
Her Weekend with Adele’s residency is set to end in November.