In the last few days, Adele has FaceTimed with multiple would-be concertgoers in tVegas on Friday, tearfully apologizing and offering free merchandise, drink tickets when appropriate and even a free meet-and-greet whenever the make-up dates takes place.
While in the casino, some disappointed ticketholders were being handed a phone, apparently by someone from Adele’s management team, to FaceTime with the singer and some of those videos were posted online.
One Instagram user, @Adriansm99, posted a video to his Instagram Story in which he was seen “forgiving” Adele for putting the shows off because of all the “healing” that the “30” album had helped him do in recent months. “I really don’t mind coming back from Mexico,” he told her.
But wait...it gets wilder
On Saturday, the singer FaceTimed Eleni Sabracos, a longtime supporter who posted a viral video from Las Vegas on Friday lamenting various unsuccessful attempts to see the Grammy winner in concert. The video racked up 9.5 million views on TikTok after Adele postponed her Las Vegas residency the day before it was scheduled to open. Sabraco said: “I bought tickets to her show in London, and I flew to London … and she canceled her show. Flash forward to 2022: My brother surprised me with Adele tickets to her Vegas residency. I am in Vegas right now, and Adele canceled her show. Again! Why!”
… Sabracos even made a custom T-shirt that reads, “I love Adele like Adele loves Beyoncé,” which she was wearing when Adele FaceTimed her over the weekend in Las Vegas with some much-needed good news: “I will cover all of your costs [for the show]. I will fly you in, and you’ll see me onstage, and I’ll come and see you.”
… The singer stayed busy on the phone during the weekend, connecting with more fans in Las Vegas via FaceTime, even calling to surprise some in a pop-up shop at Caesars Palace.