Adele Scolds Security At Australian Concert; Find Out Why [VIDEO]
Adele's concerts have always been about the fans. Adele reprimanded a security guard midway into her concert at the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia last Sunday while he was attempting to do crowd control.
Adele was on the last leg of her Australian tour in front of a crowd of 77,000 fans. Adele lost it when an overly dedicated security guard was telling fans to sit down, The Herald Sun reported. She reportedly told the guard that if he did not like dancing, then he shouldn't go to a music show.
Adele wowed the crowd with her songs in the two-day concert event in the stadium in Docklands. She did a cover of Beyonce's dance hit "Love on Top" and tried to copy the well-known dance moves to the delight of the crowd. She even copied the famous Beyonce hair-whip as she was interacting with the audience.
Adele and Beyonce are known to be fans of the other. They are also known to be very close friends.
Their mutual admiration has been shown on several occasions where they would praise one another. The latest one was when Adele won the Grammy for Album of the Year over Beyonce. In her acceptance speech, she said she was humbled to receive the award but her life is Beyonce.
The concert tour Down Under was filled with several highlights. In the first night in Melbourne, she unwittingly helped stage a wedding proposal by an audience member she called on-stage. Her telling several dirty jokes as she tried to ad-lib her way out of a power outage, News.com reported. The technical mishap happened when her revolving stage accidentally pulled the power supply to the band's equipment.
Her Melbourne concerts were the final shows in her Australian Tour. Adele had performed to capacity crowds in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, and Adelaide. Adele also now holds the record in Etihad for the biggest crowds that attended her concerts.