Anyone going to see Adele on her tour knows damn well that they’re in for a great time.
Adele even thinks so herself … and that’s what made her shut down a fan who was recording her concert.
"Yeah, I want to tell that lady as well, can you stop filming me with a video camera because I’m really here in real life," Adele said as she pointed the person out during a stop in Italy on Sunday, May 29.
What if she forgot her words again? Would the fan have chimed in and scolded her back?
It really is annoying when you go to a concert like this and someone is waving their cell phone around right in front of you.
The thing is, it wasn’t a phone the culprit was using.
How do we know this?
Adele continued her takedown of the super fan, of course, making it clear just how odd this situation actually was.
"Can you take your tripod down?" she pushed.
"This isn’t a DVD, this is a real show. I’d really like you to enjoy my show because there’s lots of people outside that couldn’t come in."
We know people LOVE Adele, but why would you pay all that money to go and watch her through a camera?
It’s mind boggling and then there’s the fact that you can find the show on Youtube.
Here’s the video for you to see how it all went down:
Adele was totally right to scold the fan.
There are lots of people that didn’t get to see her on tour because the lack of tickets to go around.
This shows us just how passionate Adele is about putting on a great show and it’s another reason why we love her.
She’s a class act that isn’t afraid to speak her mind.
Oh, yeah, and she’s also one of the most talented singers to ever pick up a microphone.