Adele Announces Special Guest for One Night Only Concert. This made Adele very nervous

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Adele’s concert at Griffith Observatory was attended by a large crowd of A-list stars, but she felt nervous about the one person in that crowd. Angelo, Angelo’s 9-year old son, was her first performance in public. Concert was the highlight of the evening. Adele, One Night OnlySpecial airing on CBS Sunday Night, along with an interview with OprahWinfrey

Adele posted on Twitter just before the special started, where she said that she had been pregnant. “never been so nervous in my life”Angelo performing before her. Winfrey was also thanked. “allowing me to tell my truth lovingly in a safe space”She remarked on how fortunate she was to be able to perform new songs to a crowd during the coronavirus epidemic. “Having been on such a rollercoaster the last few years and then the pandemic, it was hard to imagine being on stage singing again ever,”Adele wrote. “So the fact that I got to and also got to sing my new songs, has me feeling a million things at once!”

Adele’s performance in Los Angeles was recorded last month with a crowd of celebrities. The CBS special featured the following: Fans might spotGayle King, Seth Rogen and Ellen DeGeneres. Lizzo. Dwayne Wade. Gabrielle Union. Melissa McCarthy. Leonardo DiCaprio. Gordon Ramsay. James Corden. Donald Glover. Jesse Tyler Ferguson. Ava DuVernay. Adele played a mixture of her latest songs and older hits. “Hello” “Someone Like You.”

Rolling Stone has been informed by Adele that the pandemic is still going strong and she does not intend to tour for it. 30Her Griffith Observatory show could be the only time she performs. “Easy on Me”You can listen to the entire album and many other songs for a long time. “It’s too unpredictable, with all the rules and stuff,” Adele explained. “I don’t want anyone coming to my show scared. And I don’t want to get COVID, either.”

Adele, now 33, started the recording of the album when was just 17. 30 And it continues for six more years 25The book was published. It could have been pushed back, but she decided that now was the best time. “If it wasn’t coming out now, I think I probably would never put it out,”She spoke. “I know I would’ve changed my mind and been like, ‘It’s moved on. Let’s start the next album.’ And I couldn’t do that to this album. I feel like it deserves to come out.”

30Friday, in stores Meanwhile, Adele, One Night OnlyParamount+, which was launched on CBS, will be streamable on ViacomCBS’ streaming site Paramount+.