Adele’s Las Vegas residency ‘set to take place in December with announcement coming within weeks’

Adele’s Las Vegas residency finally ‘set to take place in December with announcement coming within weeks’ after she canceled gigs at last minute because shows ‘weren’t good enough’

  • Adele is reportedly set to finally take to the stage for her Las Vegas residency
  • The singer, 34, canceled her highly-anticipated residency in Sin City
  • It happened just 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage at Caesar’s Palace
  • Following on from two successful concerts in Hyde Park this month, it is claimed she will perform an intimate set of her hits later this year in Nevada
  • While the residency was previously planned for The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip, it is thought it may now take place across the road at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater, allowing 2,000 more fans per night

Adele is reportedly set to finally take to the stage for her Las Vegas residency in December this year, with an announcement coming within weeks.

The singer, 34, canceled her highly-anticipated residency in Sin City earlier this year just 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage at Caesar’s Palace.

Following on from her two successful concerts in London’s Hyde Park this month, it is claimed she will perform an intimate set of her hits later this year, with a source telling The Sun: ‘Adele loved performing in London and it gave her the drive to push forward with her Vegas residency.

Born to perform: Adele, 34, is reportedly set to finally take to the stage for her Las Vegas residency in December this year, with an announcement coming within weeks

An announcement is coming in the next few weeks. Management have asked for a celebration to promote her return.’

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Adele for comment.

While the residency was previously planned for The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip, it is thought that it may now take place across the road at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater, allowing her to seat 2,000 more fans per night.

Bowing out: The singer canceled her highly-anticipated residency in Sin City earlier this year just 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage at Caesar's Palace

Bowing out: The singer canceled her highly-anticipated residency in Sin City earlier this year just 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage at Caesar’s Palace

Adele is said to be planning a tell-all documentary about her new album, love and her stalled Las Vegas residency.

The singer was reported to have an upcoming film in the works despite her being renowned as one of modern music’s most private personalities.

Producers were told by The Sun this week to be working hard to make it her ‘most insightful work yet’, adding it would be ‘intimate’ and deal with her record-breaking career and how she deals with worldwide fame.

A source told the newspaper about the film, which does not have a release date: ‘Adele feels she let fans down somewhat with how the past 12 months have panned out, particularly the last-minute postponement of her Las Vegas residency, and sees this as a way of making up for that.

‘One thing is for certain, it will be must-watch TV. Even though everyone knows her name, Adele is still quite mysterious as a person.

‘Her life now compared to when she released her debut album is unrecognizable.’

'Mortified': In January the hitmaker's highly-anticipated Las Vegas residency was canceled just 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage at Caesar's Palace

‘Mortified’: In January the hitmaker’s highly-anticipated Las Vegas residency was canceled just 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage at Caesar’s Palace

Adele returned to the stage earlier this month by playing two sold-out shows in London’s Hyde Park – her first gigs in five years after she axed her much-anticipated Las Vegas residency in January, a day before she was due on stage, leaving her fans devastated.

Speaking about the impact of the cancellation on her fans, Adele previously said: ‘I was scared about letting them down and I thought I could pull it together and make it work, and I couldn’t.

I stand by that decision. I don’t think any other artist would have done what I did, and I think that’s why it was such a massive, massive story.

It was like, “I don’t care” and things like that. You can’t buy me. You can’t buy me for nothing. I’m not going to just do a show because I have to or because people are going to be let down or because we are going to lose loads of money. I’m like, “The show is not good enough”.

'It just wasn't right': The star doesn't want to cause more 'disappointment' therefore made the decision not to take to social media to constantly update fans

‘It just wasn’t right’: The star doesn’t want to cause more ‘disappointment’ therefore made the decision not to take to social media to constantly update fans

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