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Adele cancelled residency show in Las Vegas fuming over planned swimming pool stunt
Adele broke down in tears in an online video as she told fans that she'd been forced to postpone her upcoming Las Vegas residency hours before she was set to go on stage. It's recently been revealed that she delayed the show due to a heated confrontation over a swimming pool stunt that she planned for the show.The chart-topper was supposed to stand in the middle of a huge swimming pool while belting out her hits — but after seeing the pool's final design she had compared it to an "old pond" which is why she refused to perform.A US source has issued that Adele's initial plan was to be boosted up in a pool during the residency, called Weekends With Adele, which had seen tickets selling for up to £9,000.However, the source claimed that after seeing the final design of the set, the Easy On Me singer was completely dissatisfied with the end product.The source told The Sun: "When she saw the finished design, she refused to take part."Adele described the pool as a 'baggy old pond' and refused, point blank, to stand in the middle of it."The intention was to fill it with water on the set as she was lifted up on a crane-type mechanism, creating the illusion she was floating on water." Addressing her 27.1 million followers on Twitter, Adele broke down in tears as she announced the news, telling fans: "We've been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and Covid."Since making the announcement, The Rolling In The Deep star has been met with some major backlash with some fans fuming.One dissatisfied ticket holder said: "Seriously? Postpone if you need to, that's fine — but 28 hours before? I flew in this morning.
This Morning viewers slam the show after 'poor taste' interview with Charlotte Church
This Morning, many viewers were furious and slammed the programme for its "poor taste" in scheduling segments.During one segment on the hit daytime show, they spoke about how struggling families can cut back in order to pay their energy bills.Straight after the segment ended, Welsh singer Charlotte Church was invited on the sofa where she spoke about gambling her life's savings.In the chat, Charlotte revealed how she transformed a £1.5 million mansion into an extravagant wellness retreat as she spoke about her brand new television series, Charlotte Church's Dream Build, which is currently airing on Really and Discovery+.Charlotte was interviewed by the show's hosts Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes - who's currently covering for the show's regular host Holly Willoughby - and was asked how she felt about gambling away her life savings to fund the project.Charlotte replied: "The way I think about it, I've been privileged all my life to have this career and success and the money and freedom that that brings."It's only money, you've got to live a little."This Morning viewers took to social media to voice their anger and disappointment at the show for their "poor choice" in scheduling segments. Many voiced how inconsiderate it was to have Charlotte speaking about a such an expensive renovation straight after a conversation about how financially struggling people could save money and live affordably.
Dancing on Ice fans complain as they claim new ITV show format made them 'feel sick'
Dancing on Ice fans were left "feeling sick" after ITV producers had tested out high-tech equipment on the show.Many viewers demanded that they would be "switching off" the ITV programme after they'd tuned in to watch ice-skating champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.The British legends had hoped to win over the audience with show stopping performance that was filmed in one shot by a flying drone.Dancing to the Beatles' Lucy In The Skye With Diamonds, the camera crew were able to film the icons from a very different view point which was off putting to some at home.With the camera circling around the rink, many viewers complained that they had been left feeling dizzy.Many fans tweeted that they'd been overcome with "vertigo" from watching the performance and would therefore be switching channels as a result.One tweet read: "#dancingonice that made me feel sick watching that drone filming."A second agreed: "#dancingonice Well that was a shame, couldn't watch Jayne and Chris via drone - head wrecking, motion sick!""Don't know about anyone else, but that made me feel quite sea sick #DOI #DancingOnIce," wrote a third.A fourth complained: "Routine was great- but you could barely see it and it made me feel like I had vertigo. Switched it off half way."A fifth begged: "Please please please don't use that drone again.