Adele cancels final two shows of tour

Sunday, 02 Jul, 2017

She goes on to say, "I have damaged my vocal chords". The 29-year-old singer has spent the last 15 months on an global tour and returned to the United Kingdom in order to wrap up the tour in front of her home audience.

She continued: "To say I'm heartbroken would be a complete understatement". After 121 shows on her tour, these two at Wembley were the final nights.

The Guardian reported that she suffered a vocal cord hemorrhage before and had to cancel shows in 2011 for surgery. It would be such a shame for this to be how Adele's final tour ends (unless she decides to tour again in a decade or so).

"To not be able to finish [these shows] is something I'm really struggling to come to terms with. It's as if my whole career has been building up to these four shows". While in front a huge crowd, the singer said, "Touring isn't something I'm good at". The pop superstar said that touring never suited her well, and had hinted earlier that her current tour for the album 25 would be her last. It;s reassuring to know there are still attractive people out there, I can't believe someone has done this for us.

This is not the first time Adele has experienced trouble with her vocal cords. "I'm so sorry. Please forgive me x".

"I'm sorry. I love you".

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GETTY CANCELLED The singer has caused herself damage to the vocal cords

Adele may be leaving the spotlight for the foreseeable future, but she left the door open for another hello. The star admitted that she is already taking steroids and aids for her voice and doesn't want to risk doing irreparable damage.

She assured that refunds would be made if the shows cannot be rescheduled.

Adele said on Friday that her performances at the Wembley Stadium were the "biggest and best shows of my life", but explained that she "struggled vocally". Despite the voice problems, Adele's performances on 28 and 29 June were well-received by critics, with the Guardian describing her as "instinctively charismatic", the Times as "poignant", while the Telegraph wrote: "She is such a natural on stage".

She went on, "I'm sorry for your disappointment. It's been a very emotional few days, I was crying, but happy tears, it was happy emotional".

It's been four-and-a-half years since her last United Kingdom concert so here's hoping.