Adele said that her Las Vegas residency has brought her ‘back to life' after confirming she will add new dates to the run.
The Easy On Me singer, 34, opened up to her fans in her final performance on Saturday and said, “I feel so safe in here.”
Adele went on to share, “My life is tiny. I don’t really leave my house and that’s by choice. My life used to be massive when I was younger. But it is like the bigger my career has got, the more scared and anxious I have become,” according to The Sun.
“I hang out with my dogs, my son and my boyfriend, and chat away with my housekeeper. On Friday and Saturdays, I really look forward to coming [to Vegas] and it feels like having a night out and seeing my friends. It’s brought me back to life.”
The Hello crooner added, “I usually get butterflies and get nervous and I say a little stage prayer and cross my fingers, but I don’t get anxious with these shows.”
“It has been the best four months of my career. This show has brought me so much joy. I have loved doing it,” Adele admitted.
Adele confirmed she would be extending her residency until November during the same show.
They went on to sell around 2,392,666 copies of their album on the first day of release
Carpenter also shared his thoughts on remakes of his films in general
The 24 year old admitted that she would keep her distance but that “nobody lost their minds"
Working with Heritage Auctions, Comisar hopes to provide fans with a chance to own a piece of their favorite shows
Sweeney mentioned that her grandmother has always been a strong supporter and fan of her work
Jim and Michelle assert that their family is normal but has experienced both joys and heartbreaks in the public eye