Adele cries as she makes her musical comeback in front of a star-studded crowd

Adele cries as she makes her musical comeback in front of a star-studded crowd

Adele was in tears as she returned to the stage in front of a star-studded audience in London. The 33-year-old singing sensation wowed fans during her filming for ITV’s An Audience With Adele, but not before admitting to being nervous.

Adele cries as she makes her musical comeback in front of a star-studded crowd

Taking to the stage, the Easy On Me singer confessed, “I’m so nervous,” before singing some of her classic tracks.

She has been open in the past about suffering from stage fright and said, “I’m f***ing it up! I’m so nervous!”

The occasion marked her first visit to the UK in two years and she was joined on stage by her partner Rich Paul, 39.

The audience at the London Palladium was made up of a host of famous faces including Dua Lipa , Idris Elba and Michael McIntyre.

Adele’s longtime friend Alan Carr was also in attendance and joined the superstar on stage at one point.

He invited the comedian on stage to entertain the crowd as she had her makeup reapplied after she was left in tears after being reunited with a face from her childhood.

Alan took the opportunity to try out his own voice as he attempted to sing Make You Feel My Love, much to the amusement of the crowd.

It was Adele’s first time on stage in the UK since 2017 and she confessed that she needed an autocue to remember her own lyrics as it had been so long.

Her latest album was produced with songs about her 2019 split from ex-husband Simon Konecki.

However, eagle-eyed fans also spotted a ring on Adele’s left hand, sparking rumors that she and Rich – her current partner – are already engaged.

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