Why Adele Might Not Sing Live Again
Can we find someone like her? The answer is probably not but Adele has reinforced earlier warning that she might not sing live again.
At the end of her tour in June 2017, Adele warned fans they might never “see” her again. She played to 1.5million people during the mammoth string of concerts and made more than £142million.
Now, as fans eagerly wait for the superstar British star to drop her comeback single, Adele has wound up her touring company – Remedy Touring LLP – and put it into voluntary liquidation.
Hopes that she might embark on another world tour if she releases a new album has been dashed by the voluntary liquidation which according to official documents, she pocketed £150,000 from closing the firm.
Adele had previously pulled in millions through the business, which she started in 2015 for her 121-date world tour.
Many have taken this as a hint from the “Hello” singer that she doesn’t plan on ever singing live again.
Following the crash of her marriage to Simon Konecki in April last year, the songstress revealed that she has started working on new music as a follow up to her 2015 release, “25” that earned her multiple Grammy awards.
Just last month, the 31-year-old’s management company hinted she was ready to drop her comeback single, saying it would be coming “the sooner the better”.
Adele has kept the tracks closely guarded but teased fans last year about dropping a “drum and bass” album to spite them for pressuring her about her new music. She joked: “Bunch of f***ing savages, 30 will be a drum ’n’ bass record to spite you.”
We earlier reported that Adele reportedly lost weight to stay healthy for her child whom she shares with her ex-husband.