Adele ‘set for Las Vegas residency’ and ‘commuting via private jet’
Get daily celeb exclusives and behind the scenes house tours direct to your inbox
Adele may be returning to the stage as she's reportedly been offered a lucrative Las Vegas residency.
The music legend is believed to be in discussions about having her own regular gig in the Nevada city, following in the footsteps of legendary stars such as Elton John, Cher, Mariah Carey and Britney Spears.
If an agreement is made, Adele, 33, could travel to the city via private jet from her Los Angeles home – with the journey taking just 40 minutes.
A source told the Daily Mail: “Adele has very recently been talking to musicians that she has worked with before to gauge their availability, to see whether they could be in Vegas for the gigs.
“It is all very exciting. It would make her a lot of money but it would also mean she could have a routine. It would be hugely lucrative for her but also really fun."
“She loves performing live and there would be no shortage of people travelling to see her once the Covid restrictions are dropped," they added.
Adele hasn’t performed live since the 121-date tour titled Adele 2016 (and then renamed Adele 2017) to support her third album, 25.
Speaking candidly to fans in 2017, she opened up about her desire to step away from the music industry and focus on being a mum to her son Angelo.
She said during one of her performances: "I know I come across as very anti-fame and anti all that and it’s because I am. It’s because I want to surprise you.
"I want the element of surprise for every time I come back and it’s so hard to maintain that.
"I am going on break and I am just going to be a mum for a bit and I’m looking forward to that, but I’ll always write music and I’ll always put it out and I hope that you’ll be here," she added.
"I might never see you again at a live show – who knows – but I will remember this for the rest of my life.”
For the latest celebrity news, make sure to sign up to OK!'s daily celebrity newsletter and Factor 50
Source: Read Full Article