Jul 01, 2022
Adele tears up as she admits ‘I’m s***ting myself’ at comeback concert in front of 65k people
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The superstar was emotional as she started her song Hello, stopping during the first verse to tell fans: “I’m so happy to be here.”7Adele appeared on the brink of tears as she walked on stage in Hyde Park for her first concert in five years, telling the crowd: 'Help me'Credit: Getty 7The superstar was emotional as she started her song Hello, stopping during the first verse to tell fans: 'I’m so happy to be here'Credit: Getty 7She then urged the audience, which included actor Tom Cruise, to help her sing the balladCredit: Getty
She then urged the audience, which included actor Tom Cruise, to help her sing the ballad.
After the first song, she admitted: “I’m f***ing s***ting myself.”
Having sung the first three tracks, she added: “My God, I’m back at home.”
Performing under a stage adorned with tassels, Adele wore a black halter neck dress with a gold waistband.Read more on Adele'VEGAS THOUGH?' Adele fans say same thing after loved up snaps with boyfriend Rich Paul
Despite releasing her fourth album 30 last year, she only performed five songs from the record, including second track I Drink Wine.
She has frequently battled with vocal issues during her live shows but was in good shape on stage while sipping a hot drink.
The superstar singer defied expectations to perform for a crowd of 65,000 — which included a gallery of celebrity fans — despite doubts about whether her two London shows would go ahead.
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TV presenter and actor James Corden, Hollywood actress Cameron Diaz, One Direction star Niall Horan, Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown and comic Rob Beckett were some of the other famous faces seen in the audience for last night’s landmark show.
Also at British Summertime Hyde Park were former Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge and radio presenter Nick Grimshaw.
Adele had performed a three-song sound check at 11.30am to make sure the evening went smoothly. A source said: “She was in really good spirits.”
She even had the backstage bar renamed The Queen Vic — a nod to the pub in EastEnders.
The event had an all-female line-up curated by Adele, including Gabrielle and Self Esteem and country singer Kacey Musgraves.Read More on The SunBUMPING ALONG My baby bump is so big people think it’s fake - giving birth terrifies me
Gabrielle said: “It’s an honour to grace the stage before the most phenomenal singer the world has ever seen.
“I want to say thank you to Adele for allowing me to be here tonight — because without her, I would be at home watching my soaps.”7The superstar singer defied expectations to perform for a crowd of 65,000Credit: Getty 7Hollywood actress Cameron Diaz was watching onCredit: Getty 7Radio presenter Nick Grimshaw was also at British Summertime Hyde ParkCredit: Splash 7Gabrielle was part of the all-female line-up curated by AdeleCredit: Getty
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Crashes and Disasters | Coast Guard: 2 dead, 5 missing after migrant boat capsizes
KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — Two people died and five were missing after a boat believed to be carrying migrants attempting to enter the U.S. illegally capsized off the coast of the Florida Keys, the Coast Guard said.
Eight people were rescued, the Coast Guard said in a news release Friday. The agency described the boat as a “rustic vessel” that was making an illegal voyage with 15 migrant passengers. It was not immediately clear where the migrants were originally from.
Reports of the capsized vessel about 14 miles (about 23 kilometers) south of Sugarloaf Key reached the Coast Guard around 10 a.m. Friday. One person was rescued from the water by the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Mariner of the Seas, the Coast Guard said.
“Our search continues for others that may have survived this tragic incident,” said Rear Adm. Brendan McPherson, commander of the Seventh Coast Guard District. “This situation highlights the risks these migrants face as they attempt to enter the United States illegally by sea.”
Meanwhile, the Coast Guard responded to a grounded sailing vessel that was believed to be carrying more than 100 migrants Saturday afternoon.
The boat was spotted off the coast of Key Largo, near the gated community of Ocean Reef, officials said.
Rescue crews transferred the people from the grounded vessel to Coast Guard ships, officials said. Some entered the water without life jackets and needed to be rescued, the Coast Guard said.
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Officials did not immediately release details about where the people were from or specify how many were on board.