Adele has announced that she’s extended her residency at Caesars Palace with concerts planned through November 4.

Her residency will go on hiatus for three months before returning on June 16.

“Playing to 4,000 people for 34 nights is not enough. I know that, so I am coming back,” Adele told the audience in what was scheduled to be her last Las Vegas performance.

The singer also stated that the upcoming performances would be recorded for a live concert film.


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Adele began the first leg of her residency last November. This came after a sudden postponement due to an unsatisfactory stage setup and COVID-19 complications. The singer said that this time period was the worst moment in her career. She later added that the first couple of months were difficult, but she was proud of herself for sticking it through.

Adele’s debut album, 19, included two UK top-five singles, “Chasing Pavements” and “Make You Feel My Love.” Her second album, 21, launched her into the mainstream with the LP becoming the world’s best-selling album of the 21st century. Her next two albums, 25 and 30, were also successful, making her one of the best-selling artists of all time with 100 million record sales worldwide.

Adele has recently moved in with her boyfriend, sports agent Rich Paul.

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