Ticketholders for the scrapped London shows were disappointed by the cancellation, but instead of complaining about the change of plans, hundreds made a decision to head to Wembley Stadium anyway and sing Adele's songs in her honour to show their continued love for the star.
SongKick who sold tickets for the show emailed Adele fans who had tickets for Saturday and Sunday shows today: "You will be receiving a refund for your ticket (s) and we will follow up by the end of the week to confirm further details on your refund".
The 29-year-old singer, who had already performed two nights to crowds of nearly 100,000 fans on Wednesday and Thursday night, told fans refunds would be available. She continued by saying that her bad touring history has been changed by this worldwide tour and saying that, "I only ever did this tour for you (the fans)".
She said that touring lifestyle is not for her. Adele would much rather spend her time at home with her son Angelo than travel around the globe. "I have changed my life drastically in every way to make sure I got through this tour that started at the beginning of previous year". After her story was made public, Liam Walsh stepped in and gave her his own VIP tickets to the show. Adele has cancelled her final tour shows. Fans may have to wait a while for a new Adele album.
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She added: "I'm already maxed out on steroids and aids for my voice".
Explaining why she wanted to close out her latest Adele Live trek in the British capital, she shared in a handwritten note, "I only ever did this tour for you and to hopefully have an impact on you the way that some of my favourite artists have had on me live". She wants to start selling her arts and crafts on Etsy.
Adele had crew manning 100 cameras around the stadium to film every inch of her finale. She ended up making a cat out of pom poms. She told the crowd that she's just "looking forward to being a mum". Sound off below in the comments section.