Looking at Adele from the outside, she is an excellent and talented artist. But being known as a pretty private person in the public eye, Adele is finally addressing the most recent life adjustments she has faced with herself and her career. Following her recent personal struggles from abruptly postponing her Las Vegas shows to newfound loves in her life, the 'Chasing Pavements' is now speaking out in a new tell-all documentary. From only sharing the love through lyrics within her music to briefly confronting fans over social media, her new documentary will fill all the missing pieces.
Days before Adele was set to head over to 'Sin City' on June 21st, 2021, she made the devastating announcement that upcoming shows had to be canceled and re-scheduled. With half her team down due to Covid, the show was not ready. Adele was not committed to giving her fans an unpolished performance. After "frightened" to call off shows after months of hype, a tearful video surfaced on her personal Instagram page as any singer devoted to their career and fans would. This was the best decision to make though still feeling "a shell of a person" following the announcement. However, the singer has entered a new stage in her life, including her new romance with American sports agent Rich Paul.
Following the altercations with Adele's performances and a break from the media, Adele is slowly setting fire to the rain. Following the release of her album '30' in 2021 - and her "painful divorce" from Simon Konecki - Adele has been focusing on herself. The divorce "took an emotional toll on the singer," but now has overcome these obstacles and is ready to retake the stage, true to herself and the audience. After nearly five years of no public concerts, Adele performed at Hyde Park in London in early July, marking a new milestone in her career. Adele took her emotions to Instagram, acknowledging her "heart is absolutely full!!!" After countlessly thanking her fans, they returned the favor, filling the comment section with nothing but love and support.
After momentous occasions that have taken place in the past year, there are only bigger and better things on the way for the 'Easy On Me' singer. Despite the disruptions previous events have caused her fans, we should be grateful for her honest and authentic traits as someone in the public eye. Adele's documentary is her "most insightful work yet," bringing light to all aspects that kept her fans in the dark. From "self-destruction" to "self-awareness," it's clear Adele is becoming more ready than ever to make her comeback, and we are too.