Adele is set to become the highest-paid female artist in Las Vegas!
Since her debut, the gorgeous blonde songstress has repeatedly broken records with her powerful vocals, emotional lyrics, and mesmerizing stage performances.
Now, The Sun has confirmed that the “Rolling In The Deep” singer would be earning £500,000 every time the 33-year-old entertainer performed at her upcoming Las Vegas residency.
Adele To Become The Hottest Ticket In Las Vegas
The “Set Fire To The Rain” artist shall be enjoying the Bruce Wayne experience in Las Vegas, but unlike the famous DC comic character, the singer won’t be fighting crimes in a bat suit.
Rather, Adele would only partake in the billionaire way of life during the upcoming residency, where the mother-of-one shall have luxurious perks bestowed on her by Caesars Palace’s Colosseum.
Since the 33-year-old shall be performing at the 4,200-seater venue, it was not surprising to learn that the organizers were going all out for the songwriter’s comfort.
The “Skyfall” musician’s perks include sleeping in a private suite that reportedly costs £30,000-per-night, an executive assistant, a chauffeur, a security team, and a butler who’s name was probably not Alfred.
That wasn’t all! The 15-time Grammy Award winner would also get a cut from all the merchandise sold at Caesars Palace’s Colosseum, in addition to free food and drinks at any Caesars resort.
Regarding Adele’s royal treatment, a source told the news outlet that Caesars planned on treating the singer like the “superstar she is.” The insider said:
“Adele is the hottest ticket in Las Vegas right now and she’s raking in a pretty penny from it. She is expected to make over £500,000 per gig thanks to ticket sales alone, even before the merchandising.”
At the end of the 24 concerts on Fridays and Saturdays at Caesars, the 9-time Brit Award winner would become the highest-paid female artist in Las Vegas residency history.
Last November, The Blast revealed that the “Hello” singer would embark on her first-ever Las Vegas residency shortly after dropping her fourth studio album, “30” on November 19.
The mother-of-one announced the news on (Instagram) with a poster of the upcoming event, which would last from January 2022 to April 2022.
Naturally, fans were excited as they flooded the comment section with passionate remarks about the blonde beauty’s latest milestone. However, a few were upset that Adele didn’t announce a tour for “30.”
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The Chart-topper’s Las Vegas Tickets Had Insane Resale Prices
Last December, The Blast shared that Adele’s fans had taken to Twitter to share their displeasure over the insane escalation of the singer’s Las Vegas ticket price on the resale market.
After the concert tickets were sold out, people began cashing out by reselling their tickets at exorbitant prices between $2,000-$35,000.
Disappointed by the expensive turn of events, several fans stated they were saddened that only the wealthy would get to watch the “Easy On Me” artist perform at Caesar’s Palace.
The Londoner previously confessed that her fourth studio album took three years to make because it showcased one of her life’s most “turbulent” periods.
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Adele’s “Oh My God” Music Video Was A Masterpiece
Earlier this month, The Blast reported that the music video for the Grammy winner’s hit song “Oh My God” had left fans in awe of Adele’s artistic gifts.
On January 12, the nearly 4-minutes black-and-white themed music video was released on YouTube, and as expected, it amassed over 3 million views in less than 6 hours.
“Oh My God” music video featured biblical references such as a large python and an apple while the blonde songstress flaunted her fashionable side in various stunning outfits.
Although the mother-of-one mainly was seated throughout the footage, there were scenes with captivating performances from the background dancers.
Regarding this amazing masterpiece that blew fans’ minds, Adele revealed on Instagram that the unique video was a collaboration between herself and Sam Brown, the music video director for “Rolling In The Deep.”