Adele brings her BST Hyde Park concert to an abrupt halt after fans need need help


‘Do you need help from security?’ Adele surprises 65,000 fans as she brings her BST Festival Hyde Park concert to an abrupt halt after being alerted to an audience member in need of assistance

  • In footage taken by a member of the audience, the singer could be heard belting out the first line of Skyfall when she noticed them waving 
  • Adele immediately stopped singing and sent security into the 65,000 strong crowd to help, as she urged people to ‘move out of the way’ 
  • The singer was overcome with emotion as she took to the stage in front of a 65,000 strong crowd, as she returned for her first concert in five years 
  • Los Angeles based Adele held back tears as she addressed the audience and told them she was ‘f**king s****ing herself’ after performing her first song
  • Were you at the concert on Friday evening? Email: tips@dailymail.com  

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Adele brought her concert at BST Festival in Hyde Park London to an abrupt halt after she was alerted to fans that needed help on Friday. 

In the footage taken by a member of the audience, the singer, 34, could be heard belting out the first line of Skyfall when she noticed them waving.  

Adele immediately stopped singing and sent security into the 65,000 strong crowd to help, as she urged people to ‘move out of the way.’ 

Quick response: Adele, 33, brought her concert at BST Festival in Hyde Park London to an abrupt halt after she was alerted to a fan that needed help from security on Friday

Quick response: Adele, 33, brought her concert at BST Festival in Hyde Park London to an abrupt halt after she was alerted to a fan that needed help from security on Friday

The megastar could been seen pointing out into the audience and shouting: ‘Stop stop stop, security?’

She also checked in on the unwell show-goer, shouting from stage: ‘Do you need security’s help? They’re coming.’

Attempting to direct the medical team to the person in need, Adele added: ‘Right in the middle there, can you see where they are all waving?’

As medics attempted to reach the guest, Adele could be heard asking crowds to move out of their way. 

Sold out crowd: The megastar could been seen pointing out into the audience and shouting: 'Stop stop stop, security?'

Sold out crowd: The megastar could been seen pointing out into the audience and shouting: ‘Stop stop stop, security?’

Thoughtful: She also checked in on the unwell show-goer, shouting from stage: 'Do you need security's help? They're coming'

Thoughtful: She also checked in on the unwell show-goer, shouting from stage: ‘Do you need security’s help? They’re coming’

It comes as Adele was overcome with emotion as she took to the stage in front of a 65,000 strong crowd, as she returned for her first concert in five years.

The singer, who wore an elegant black halter neck off-the-shoulder gown, held back tears as she addressed the audience and told them she was ‘f**king s****ing herself’ after performing her first song.

Standing in the early evening sun, the sequinned detail on her dress glistened as she performed, with Adele shouting ‘I’m so happy to be back’ as she looked out across the mammoth crowd.

Good to be back: It comes as Adele was overcome with emotion as she took to the stage in front of a 65,000 strong crowd, as she returned for her first concert in five years

Good to be back: It comes as Adele was overcome with emotion as she took to the stage in front of a 65,000 strong crowd, as she returned for her first concert in five years

Adele kicked off with her first track and encouraged the star-studded audience, which included Tom Cruise, to sing along with her. Adele soon eased into it, as three songs in she declared: ‘My God, I’m back at home.’

The star reportedly only performed five tracks from her latest record 30 including I Drink Wine, and instead chose to treat the crowd to some of her classics instead of playing the whole album. 

Adele has previously been plagued with vocal issues, but she kept them at bay during the performance by sipping on a hot drink to sooth her throat.

The crowd was almost as star-studded as her private An Audience With Adele show in March earlier this year, as she drew in the likes of James Corden, Cameron Diaz, Niall Horan and Milly Bobby Brown.

It marked the first public show Adele has played since she headlined two Wembley concerts in 2017. She postponed her Las Vegas residency in January.

Earlier in the day, Adele was said to have performed a three-song sound check ahead of the massive gig.

Hit tracks: The star reportedly only performed five tracks from her latest record 30 including I Drink Wine, and instead chose to treat the crowd to some of her classics

Hit tracks: The star reportedly only performed five tracks from her latest record 30 including I Drink Wine, and instead chose to treat the crowd to some of her classics

Incredible: During the performance, the vocalist opted for a make-up palette of gold and bronze hues and wore her hair in a neatly style up do

Incredible: During the performance, the vocalist opted for a make-up palette of gold and bronze hues and wore her hair in a neatly style up do

Before taking to the stage, Adele was supported by all an female line-up, including Gabrielle, and Self Esteem and country singer Kasey Musgraves.

Once she played the show, Adele was expected to join her family and friends at a backstage bar she has renamed ‘The Queen Vic’, as part of her rider for the two-night gig. 

During the performance, the vocalist opted for a make-up palette of gold and bronze hues and wore her hair in a neatly style up do.

Beautiful: Adele encouraged the star-studded audience to sing along with he

Beautiful: Adele encouraged the star-studded audience to sing along with he

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