Adele says she has been â€œoverwhelmedâ€ by the support of â€œbest fans in the worldâ€ after being forced to postpone her Las Vegas residency.
The Easy On Me singer tearfully announced that her show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace â€œainâ€™t readyâ€, less than 24 hours before she was due to take to the stage for the first time.
After her emotional video addressing the news made headlines across the globe, Adele acknowledged the â€œgraciousness and loveâ€ she had been shown in response to the unfortunate decision.
â€œI have the best fans in the world!â€ she wrote on social media.
â€œYour graciousness and love tonight is overwhelming! Thank you.â€
Adele previously explained the show was not ready having been â€œabsolutely destroyedâ€ by delivery delays and coronavirus.
â€œHalf my team have Covid and itâ€™s been impossible to finish the show,â€ she said.
The Weekends With Adele series was announced last November, with the singer scheduled to perform two shows every weekend until April.
Tickets ranged from $85 (Â£60) to $685 (Â£500), and Adele was reportedly set to make more than Â£500,000 per performance.
The residency would have marked the first time Adele had performed live shows in five years.
The 33-year-old singer said she had been â€œawake for 30 hoursâ€ trying to rescue the production, but had simply â€œrun out of timeâ€.
Adele also apologised to fans who had already arrived in Las Vegas for the opening weekend.
â€œIâ€™m sorry, itâ€™s last minute. Iâ€™m so upset and Iâ€™m really embarrassed and Iâ€™m so sorry to everyone thatâ€™s travelled again.â€
The residency is set to be rescheduled, with dates announced in due course.