Adele Stops London Concert Several Times To Help Distressed Fans: ‘Move Out Of The Way’

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By Melissa Romualdi.

The Grammy-winning artist returned to the stage for her first live public concert in five years, performing at the British Summer Time Hyde Park in London.

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In a clip recorded by an audience member, Adele is seen belting out the first line of “Skyfall” before suddenly stopping her band to address fans who were waving down for help. She walks to the front of the stage, urging the crowd of over 65,000 people to “move out of the way,” while pointing out the distressed concertgoers to security.

Following the show, Adele was praised on Twitter with one fan expressing “mad respect” towards the singer’s kind actions.

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The 34-year-old singer-songwriter also supplied water to fans in the front row who waited seven hours in the heat to get in, TMZ reports.

Elsewhere during the concert, Adele was overcome with emotion, telling the audience, which included her son Angelo and famous pals James Corden and Tom Cruise, “My God, I’m back at home.” 

Despite being “so nervous” that she was “f**king sh**ting herself,” Adele was “happy to be back.”

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