Adele’s Las Vegas Residency To Resume In Mid-2022, Rich Paul Allegedly Involved In Contracts
Adele’s Las Vegas residency is still up in the air.
British singer Adele’s Las Vegas residency is reportedly back on, but there’s still conflict. Reports say that the “Easy On Me” singer is sorting things out with Caesar’s Palace and Live Nation. Her boyfriend, sports manager Rich Paul, is allegedly helping her work out a deal.
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Sources close to Caesar’s Palace claim that the company expects Adele to rake in around $150 million from the residency. Both Caesar’s and Live Nation need to draft a route for the show in the next month.
The famous hotel and casino is eager to work with Adele; however, they’re unsure if they’ll be able to reach an agreement with her. As previously reported, Adele abruptly canceled her original concert dates. At the time, she said that the show “wasn’t ready” due to pandemic setbacks.
Multiple outlets alleged that the artist was unhappy with the direction of the show. A special effects pool, an outdated sound system, relationship troubles with Rich Paul, and more drove her to cancel the concert dates.
Caesar’s Palace has reportedly replaced the old sound system, but several issues remain. They hope to have something together by mid-2022.
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