Adele Pauses Las Vegas Residency Over Health Concerns

Adele shared that she will be postponing March performances of her Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace to focus on her health, saying, "On Doctors orders I have no choice but to rest thoroughly."

By Sabba Rahbar Feb 28, 2024 2:19 AMTags
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Adele is taking it easy while she focuses on her health.

The "Rolling in the Deep" singer shared with fans that she will be postponing her Las Vegas residency—which is scheduled through the end of June—for all of March under doctor's orders.

"I was sick at the end of the last leg and all the way through my break," the 35-year-old shared on social media Feb. 27. "I hadn't quite gotten the chance to get back to full health before shows resumed and now I'm sick again, and unfortunately it's all taken a toll on my voice. And so on Doctors orders I have no choice but to rest thoroughly."

Adele noted that the upcoming five weekends of shows would be moved to a later date, saying, "We are already working out the details and you will be sent the information asap."

The Grammy winner expressed her love for her disappointed fans as well, adding in her caption, "I love you, I'll miss you like mad and I'm sorry for the inconvenience x."

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This isn't the first time Adele has had to postpone her residency at the Caesars Palace hotel, as she originally pushed back the show's 2022 debut from January to November so she could bring her vision to life.

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"It was the worst moment in my career, by far," she told Elle in August 2022. "I was so excited about those shows. It was devastating."

But ultimately, she knew it was the right decision to wait before she set fire to the rain.

"It actually made my confidence in myself grow, because it was a very brave thing to do," she continued. "And I don't think many people would have done what I did. I'm very proud of myself for standing by my artistic needs."

And Adele made it worth the wait, telling the crowd at her opening show, "Thank you so much for coming back to me. It looks just like I imagined it would."

Keep reading to see more of Adele's highlights through the years.


In one of her first red carpet appearances, the singer attended the Brit Awards in an all-black ensemble and classic makeup.


Fresh off the success of her debut album, the star attended the 2009 Grammys in a chic black ensemble. 


At the 2010 CMT Artists of the Year show, the Brit stuck with her tried and true black stockings and a dark dress, thus creating a signature style.


By the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, Adele had ditched her red locks and went for a dramatic dark blonde bouffant.


Adele proved that all a girl needs to impress is an elegant black dress and the perfect red lip. 


At the 2013 Golden Globes, the star continued to dress in modest, yet chic dresses and had her makeup done in a mod style, which was perfected by her and makeup artist Michael Ashton


Eventually, the artist began to introduce more color into her wardrobe but stuck with her favored empire silhouette at the 2013 Grammys. 


For years, the artist sported long locks, but she went for a major change when she debuted a lob at the 2016 Grammys.


The singer had everyone green with envy when she showed up the 2017 Grammys in this beautiful gown.


Adele dazzled the crowds in more ways than one when she performed in this shimmering dress at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia.


Not only can she rock an evening gown like no other, but sweatshirts look amazing on her too.


Although the artist has shown a preference towards more vintage styles, she went for the more unpredictable LBD to celebrate her 32nd birthday. 


The pop star made her Saturday Night Live hosting debut in Oct. 2020 while wearing a chic peplum blouse.


Adele and her boyfriend, sports agent Rich Paul, made their relationship Instagram official in Sept. 2021.


At the 2022 Brit Awards, she sparked engagement rumors after debuting a massive rock on that finger.


The singer won her 16th Grammy Award in 2023, this one for Best Pop Solo Performance.

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