All right, you guys!
We're about to get mad real with you right now:
It MAY be time to pack up our bags and move to Las Vegas…because apparently, Britney Spears is no longer alone in possible plans for a residency there!
That's right, our very own Goddess ADELE could be the next songstress to follow suit!
According to reports, the songstress has been offered all sorts of financial incentives to take on a short stint in Sin City, and with a young baby for whom to care, she'd much rather commit to something like that, instead of undertaking an exhausting and stressful world tour!
And Elton John - in whom she's been confiding over battling stage fright for her Oscars performance - thinks it's a brilliant idea!
“Adele has been chatting to Elton about her fears of singing live again. Elton’s been like a godfather to her recently, helping her settle into life as a superstar and the challenges of being a parent. He eased her mind about returning to the stage, the significance of the Oscars and how she should return to playing live as she has such a great gift.
Adele is top of the Vegas hit-list and she’s seriously considering it as an option. She wants to get back to performing but doesn’t want to go on the road so soon after becoming a mum. A Vegas residency would mean she could settle with her family and record her third album all at once. She’s been asking for advice from Elton, who has spent years performing at Caesars Palace.”
Aww! So sweet!
We bet he can offer quite a bit of invaluable perspective on such an undertaking!
And frankly, it really doesn't sound like too shabby an idea…for many of the same reasons we've been so supportive of Brit Brit's decision to do the same!
Less hours, a permanent place to settle in and focus on the family, practice to overcome performance hurtles!
Sounds like a win-win to us!
What do U think?? Should Adele take her beautiful voice to Vegas?!
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