With few low points in such a successful career and heartbreaking songs - or perfect for listening
to when your heart is broken, 34-year-old singer Adele has also revealed that she has felt at rock bottom in recent years.
After a hiatus of almost six years in her career, the British artist faced problems when she would resume her concerts.
After releasing her fourth studio album, "30", in November last year, Adele was more than ready to return to the stages she loves so much.
Nevertheless, on January 20, the singer used her social networks to inform the cancellation of the series of concerts
that would take place at the Caesars Palace Coliseum and among the main reasons were the advance of the new coronavirus pandemic and
its variants, production problems and disagreements on the set. "It was the worst moment of my career by far.
I was so excited about these shows. It was devastating," Adele recounted. "But on top of that, the stage setup
wasn't right. It was very disconnected from me and my band, and lacked intimacy. And maybe I tried too hard to give those things away in such a controlled environment," she added.
In an interview with Elle Magazine, this was the first time the singer talked about the cancellation of the concerts earlier
this year. During the chat, Adele opened up and talked about the difficulties of facing what prevented her return to
the arms of the public and commented on how this event marked her personal and professional trajectory.
"It made my self-confidence grow, because it was a very brave thing to do. I'm very proud of myself for standing up for my artistic needs," said the star.