Adele reprimands audience member who apparently shouted anti-LGBTQ comments during a concert in Las Vegas

Adele helps couples with their gender reveal during performances


Adele helps couples with their gender reveal during performances

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Adele had some nice words for an audience member at her Las Vegas residency who made an anti-LGBTQ+ comment.

The singer, who performed on the “Weekends with Adele” show on June 1, was caught on video scolding the heckler who allegedly shouted “Pride sucks,” apparently referring to June's LGBTQ+ Pride Month. The video, which was shared on several social media accounts, quickly went viral.

Adele, who was sitting at the piano, addressed the fan through her microphone. “Did you come to my fucking show and just say Pride sucks? Are you fucking stupid? Don't be so fucking ridiculous. If that's the case, nothing nice to say, just shut up, okay?” she says in the video.

The singer, who has had a Las Vegas residency since 2022, is known to honor the LGBTQ+ community by wearing a rainbow dress during a concert during Pride Month in 2023.

She has previously been outspoken during her shows. In August 2023, videos surfaced online showing Adele pausing her show to tell a security guard to stop bothering a fan.

'Why are you bothering him? Can you please leave him alone,” she said into the microphone. 'Sorry, guys. He is harassed throughout the show by security and other people sitting behind him. He's here to have fun. You're all here to have fun.”

During her performances she often chats with the audience and in 2023 she even helped an expectant couple with their gender revealin tears when she broke the news that they were having a son.

Her residency ends in November 2024 and she will take a short break from her Vegas shows for performances in Munich in August.

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