In an interview with Elle magazine, Adele commented on her 10-year career in music and the cancellation of a series of concerts she would be doing in January.

Far out. I was so excited about these shows. It was devastating." She shares that she stayed up for over 30 hours

before the decision, "tormenting" herself over a choice that had been in the works for a week.

That month, Adele was preparing for 24 shows in Las Vegas, but canceled all of them a day before the opening night

due to a Covid-19 outbreak in the crew. Tickets had been sold out since December, and the singer said on Instagram

"Half my team is down with Covid and it's impossible to finish the show. I can't offer you what I have right now, I'm devastated."

However in an interview with Elle, Adele explains that the Covid-19 outbreak not only caused the team

to be downsized, but also impacted attunement between her and the show's production.

"There was no soul in it, the stage setup wasn't right. It was very disconnected from me and my band, and lackedntimacy.

And maybe I tried too hard to give those things away in such a c iontrolled environment."

In the first few months after the announcement, Adele said things were "very, very difficult" because she was "embarrassed." But then her confidence grew.

"It was a very brave thing to do. And I don't think many people would have done what I did. I'm very proud of myself for standing up for my artistic needs."