Fans of Adele who saw her perform live during her recent stadium shows in Australia and New Zealand are the luckiest as the "Hello" singer has said that she may never tour again now. Kate Bush stopped touring for 35 years when she was even younger than Adele, but eventually came back.
The New Zealand Herald report that she told the crowd in Auckland the other night: "Touring isn't something I'm good at... applause makes me feel a bit vulnerable".
Adele calls her world tour "my greatest accomplishment of my career", but she may not ever do it again. "The only reason I've toured is you", the singer said to the audience. "I'm not sure if touring is my bag", she reportedly told her audience. For the record, she's on tour because she wanted to see fans who have been supporting her since. She then tearfully thanked the tour for "changing my life", and carried on being Adele while the internet fanned the flames. During her show, she shared that she may be ready to retire from touring - completely. These Wembley shows will all take place in between June 28 and July 2. In fact, her performance in Auckland is one of the three sold-out concerts at the stadium's concert history.
Singer-songwriter Adele (L) and Simon Konecki during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.