Adele is one of the world’s best-selling music artists, having sold over 120 million records. Months after canceling her shows with barely 24 hours’ notice, the singer revealed the new dates for her Las Vegas residency in July. Adele will reportedly stay at the $30,000-per-night Nobu Villa during her Las Vegas residency.
According to the Sun, Adele is reported to be staying in a $30,000-per-night suite in Las Vegas during her upcoming residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The musician was apparently given free accommodation at Nobu Villa, which is part of the Nobu Hotel. However, the three months of her stay would normally cost up to $2.7 million.
The Japanese-inspired rooftop mini-home is 10,300 square feet and has three bedrooms, a BBQ pit, and a Zen garden with a whirlpool, all with overlooks of the strip. Furthermore, Adele is said to travel to Sin City from her Beverly Hills mansion via private jet and private chauffeurs. Adele is being served the most incredible VIP package of any artist,’ an insider told the outlet.
“She will be able to order food from any Caesars restaurant, as well as have a booze cabinet filled with all her desired tipples.”
Adele was eager to discuss what she dubbed “the worst moment in my career” after canceling her initial Vegas residency in a recent interview with Elle. The singer was supposed to kick off her Weekends with Adele show in January, but she canceled at the last minute in an emotional video message to her fans. Adele tearfully explained to fans, many of whom were already in Sin City at the time, why she was postponing the residency. ‘My show ain’t ready,’ she said.
After rescheduled dates for the show were leaked, the singer turned to Instagram last month to officially confirm the event will begin in November, thanking fans for their patience. Let’s hope for the best. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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