Adele says delaying her Las Vegas residency was the worst moment of her career

Adele was initially embarrassed by her sudden decision to delay her Las Vegas residency but now she proudly stands by it.

In January the Rolling in the Deep hitmaker announced that he had decided to suspend his residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

In tearful social media, posts she apologized to fans and admitted that my show is not ready due to production delays and rise in COVID-19 cases.

A lot of people don't think what I did. I'm very proud of myself for standing by my artistic needs, Adele said in an interview for Elle.

the singer revealed the details behind her unexpected decision to end her residency and postpone it until November.

 Her emotional announcement certainly disappointed fans, but for Adele, It was the worst moment of my career

 the Easy On Me singer said previous iterations of his residency lacked soul, 

felt disconnected and lacking intimacy, thanks in part to the Colosseum's massive, 4,100-seat layout.

After reassessing her artistic needs, Adele says Weekends with Adele will feel more personal.