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Adele celebrates ‘Happy Happy Pride’ during her last BST performance

Adele Celebrates 'Happy Happy Pride' During Her Last Bst Performance

Adele wraps herself in a rainbow-colored flag during her last headline performance at the British Summer Time (BST) festival for London Pride Celebration.

The 34-year-old global megastar showed solidarity by waving the flag from side to side during the final song When We Were Young in London’s Hyde Park – giving it away at the end of his emotional performance.

Taking to the stage in a black off-the-shoulder sparkly dress with her hair down and wavy, she interacted with the audience in her distinctive down-to-earth performance style.

After opening the much-anticipated show with Hello, I Drink Wine and I’ll Be Waiting, the singer told the audience: “Happy Pride. I wore my hair today to try to pull it off a little.”

A touching moment came after performing Water Under the Bridge, when she spoke to fans Jack and Dean – who had made their way to the front of the crowd.

Adele said: “So Jack and Dean down there, do you remember the first time you had someone come in and say ‘Can we get your flag in exchange for some drink tokens?’

“Okay, I wanted that flag later that I’m doing and they said you wept because you went ahead so I thought I’d give you front row seats.”

The pop icon gave audiences a dazzling performance with a series of hit songs for the finale of her two sold-out headline sets on Saturday.

The concert comes as the capital spent a day celebrating the 50th anniversary of Britain’s first Pride Parade, with Adele fans wearing rainbow-colored face paint, glitter and jewelry.

Over the course of a nearly two-hour show, Adele performed several tunes including the James Bond soundtracks Skyfall, Easy on Me and Someone Like You.

Another memorable moment came when the pop star burst into tears after being given a T-shirt to a little girl sitting on her father’s shoulders, which Adele shot into the crowd, which included a note and money.

Adele also told viewers that she was “nervous” to sing the track Hold On during her first BST show because the song made her feel “so weak and so vulnerable”.

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She said: “There was a girl I saw with a sign saying that I am her reason to live and she is not a true baby girl, you are the reason to live, I am so glad that you I found comfort in my music.

“I really believe that music is such a healing thing and I’m so grateful that anyone wants to listen to my music and also that I get a chance to take my time and wait to write something real, so you really touched me there.

“Anyone who’s feeling low, just wait, it’s always better.”

Adele commanded the stage throughout the evening, from ballads to electrifying pop tracks, which she kicked off the venue.

He closed the much-anticipated performance with Love Is a Game with a fireworks display as he told the audience: “It has been an absolute pleasure to be here this weekend.

“A home crowd is my first real set of shows, so although it is supposed to be elsewhere, I couldn’t think of anything better.

“There is nowhere like summer in London my god. I really hope you have a wonderful summer, thank you for being kind and patient with me, I really appreciate it.

“I love coming home. I can’t wait to be back right, I’m getting a little emotional. Happy Happy Pride.”

On Friday, the singer-songwriter turned emotional as audiences sang the opening songs of her 2015 hit Hello back during their first public UK concert in five years.

She told the crowd “what’s up with me” as she asked them to help her move the tune until she continued the ballad in her typically powerful style.

After playing her opening songs, the Tottenham-born singer said: “Hello, I’m so glad to be here.

“Guys, I’m back at home where I know. Every time I’ve been there singing with the other actors on these shows, I’m intoxicated with my face. ,

She said she was “thrilled” to be back on stage, but found it “weird to be in front of a crowd again”, which included her son and one of her best friends.

Back-to-back UK festival performances mark Adele’s first title set since playing Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury in 2016.

Their only other UK performances over the years were at the 2022 Brit Awards and during their An Audience with Adele special concert at the London Palladium, which was held behind closed doors to launch their latest album 30.

She was due to begin her Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at the Caesars Palace Hotel on January 21, although she made the last-minute decision to postpone the series of shows due to coronavirus-related delays.

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