During her ongoing residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, global music icon Adele paused her performance to confront a security guard who was bothering a fan.
The incident happened while she was performing her 2015 hit, "Water Under the Bridge."
Adele, who is renowned not just for her music but also for her down-to-earth interaction with fans, noticed a concertgoer facing some issues.
She immediately stopped her band and pulled the microphone from its stand to inquire,
"What is going on with that young fan over there?"
She pointed out that the fan had been disturbed multiple times for standing up and took the security to task.
The London-born singer's tone was firm yet calm, a quality she attributes to being a mother.
She reassured the fan, saying,
"They won't bother you again, my darling, you enjoy the show."
She then apologized to the audience for the interruption, emphasizing that everyone was there to have fun.
The crowd erupted in cheers, supporting Adele's actions.
The video clip of this incident has since gone viral on Twitter, garnering over 170,000 views in just one day. Social media users praised Adele for her genuine connection with her audience and her willingness to stand up for a fan.
Adele has completed 24 weekends of her Las Vegas residency, which has been described as iconic. This is not the first time she has paused a show for fans; she has previously upgraded fans sitting in the worst seats and confirmed an extended run of her residency.