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Can you believe it? Adele stops the concert to fight off mosquito!

We all love Adele’s live concerts. This is not just because of the awesome voice but also because you will have no idea as to how spontaneously she is going to be reacting to something, making it definitely the best performance that you have ever attended. Take this recent concert at Brisbane for example. Who in their wildest dreams would have thought that this awesome singer would actually put off her show half way just because she got harassed by some mosquitoes while she was performing on stage?

Are you shocked? Yes, This actually happened.

These tiny mosquitoes certainly did not have any sense of place and time and they went on to irritate the popular singer, putting her mood totally off. Adele tried flailing her hands in an attempt to get rid of these tiny mosquitoes. This scene was ridiculously entertaining while watching her perform.


Adele is a very popular English singer and Song writer. She was born on May 5, 1988. Adele’s debut album “19” was released in the year 2008; it became a commercial hit and even won critical acclaim. Adele’s appearance on the Saturday Night Live show in the year 2008 went on to boost her career in the United States. In the year 2009 at the 51st Grammy Awards, Adele won awards for the Best New Artist and also the Best Female Pop – Vocal Performance. In the year 2012, she was actually listed at the number 5 on VH1’s top100 Greatest – Women in Music. The Time magazine also went on to name her as one of the highly influential people in the globe in the years 2012 and also 2016. Adele happens to be one of the biggest names in the music industry.

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