Adele Calls for an End to Disruptive Behavior: Concertgoers Urged to Respect Show Etiquette

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Adele, renowned singer-songwriter and performer, recently addressed a concerning trend during one of her Weekends with Adele shows at The Colosseum in Las Vegas. Expressing her disappointment, she highlighted the increasing incidents of concertgoers throwing objects at artists on stage. Adele drew attention to the recent incidents involving Bebe Rexha, Ava Max, and Kelsea Ballerini, who were hit in the face during their performances.

In a fan-recorded video capturing her remarks, the 35-year-old Adele remarked, "Have you noticed how people are forgetting f---ing show etiquette at the moment. People are throwing s--- on stage. Have you seen that?" She playfully continued, "I f---ing dare you — I dare you throw something at me. I’ll f---ing kill you." The Grammy winner's words were accompanied by the irony of her distributing merchandise to fans using a t-shirt cannon. With a hint of humor, she added, "Stop throwing things at the artist, but you can shoot things at people. It's a total reverse. I've gotta go back over and give my t-shirt gun back."

Expressing her disbelief, Adele further commented, "These people have lost it. Can you imagine?" She shared her concerns about the behavior exhibited by some concertgoers, emphasizing the need for respect and proper conduct during live performances.

Adele's concerns echo those of other performers who have recently spoken out about this unfortunate phenomenon. Charlie Puth, another talented musician, took to Twitter on Thursday to express his thoughts on the matter.

The incidents of disruptive behavior and object throwing during concerts have raised serious concerns among artists and performers. Adele's passionate plea for concertgoers to uphold proper etiquette serves as a reminder of the importance of maintaining a respectful environment for both artists and audiences alike.

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