Adele has never been more nervous before her Las Vegas residency

Adele admitted she’s “never been more nervous in her career” ahead of her rescheduled Las Vegas revival revival.

The 34-year-old singer-songwriter is set to release Weekends With Adele gigs on Friday at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, and the show runs until March 2023.

She took to Instagram on Thursday, sharing last-minute workouts as she shared them Her excitement about finally performing after angering fans by canceling the original performances at the last minute in January.

LIKE A CHILD ON CHRISTMAS EVE: Adele, 34, shared a snap on Instagram as she rehearsed for the opening weekend Friday with Adele show in Las Vegas delving into her nerves and excitement on Instagram

Adele was doing her tech training in a casual outfit, which she wore a black graphic sweatshirt that she paired with leggings that accentuated her trimmed figure, and she opted to wear black tights with no shoes.

The singer (born Adele Adkins) stood in a red-carpeted corridor that appeared to be in the middle of the venue’s floor section, with benches surrounding her on all sides.

With a sneak peek running into her show, she had huge family photos of the kids and a baby blown up on a screen behind her above the stage.

Mixed feelings: Adele admitted she was

Mixed feelings: Adele admitted she was “very emotional” and “incredibly nervous,” but also “very excited,” adding, “At the same time I wish today was tomorrow!” ; Seen in July in London

Bad timing: Adele's tear-jerking cancellation video arrived just 24 hours before the original shows premiered in January.  She initially blamed Covid but later admitted she was not happy with the stage show

Bad timing: Adele’s tear-jerking cancellation video arrived just 24 hours before the original shows premiered in January. She initially blamed Covid but later admitted she was not happy with the stage show

She began, “I feel everything as I write this,” admitting that she was feeling “very emotional” and “incredibly nervous,” but also “very excited.”

“I feel like a million miles from home, I can’t stop thinking about when I was young and saw Tom Jones in Mars Attacks and thought about how he got from Wales to Las Vegas!?” She continued, referring to Tim Burton’s cult sci-fi comedy.

I always freak out before shows, and I take that as a good sign because it means I’m interested and it means I just want to do well. Maybe it’s because I didn’t start when I was supposed to,” she continued, referring to her tearful video in which she announced shows were canceled just 24 hours before the first date.

She added, “Maybe it’s because of the opening night, maybe it’s because Hyde Park went so great, maybe it’s because I love the show that I don’t know.” “But it’s safe to say I’ve never been so nervous before a show in my career, but at the same time wish today was tomorrow! I can’t wait to see you there x.

It's all wrong:

It’s all wrong: “There was no soul in it,” she confessed to Elle in August. The stage setting wasn’t right. He was so detached from me and my team, he lacked intimacy. And I might have tried so hard to give her those things in such a controlled environment’; Seen in July in London

Adele’s initial cancellation in January created pandemonium for fans who had already traveled to Vegas for the initial shows at the time of the last-minute announcement.

This was made worse by the initial lack of new dates.

Although she initially claimed in the tear-jerking video that several people on her cast had contracted Covid-19, slowing preparations at the worst of times, later reports suggested the hitmaker wasn’t thrilled with the stage show.

“There was no soul in it,” she confessed to Elle in August. The stage setting wasn’t right. He was so detached from me and my team, he lacked intimacy. And I probably tried really hard to give her those things in such a controlled environment.

Although she is initially embarrassed after the failure, she eventually finds a way to be “proud” of herself for standing in for the best show possible.

“The first two months were really hard,” she said. ‘I was embarrassed.’ But it actually made my confidence grow, because it was a very brave thing to do. And I don’t think many people have done what I did. I am very proud of myself for standing up for my artistic needs.

Adele’s debut with her residency comes just days after she received seven nominations at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, putting her behind Beyoncé (with nine nods, the most of any artist this year) and Kendrick Lamar (with eight), while tied with Brandi Carlyle.

Award contender: Adele's debut with her residency comes just days after she received seven nominations at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, putting her behind Beyoncé (nine nods) and Kendrick Lamar (eight);  Seen in July in London

Award contender: Adele’s debut with her residency comes just days after she received seven nominations at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, putting her behind Beyoncé (nine nods) and Kendrick Lamar (eight); Seen in July in London

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