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Adele doesn't know if she'll ever tour again

Adele doesn't know if she'll ever tour again”

Following the rain-drenched conclusion to Adele's record-breaking New Zealand tour, she's taken to Instagram to give fans a glimpse behind-the-scenes.

Adele became very emotional and burst into tears when she confessed to the crowd she may never tour again. The only reason I have toured is you (the fans). "I'm not sure if touring is my bag". "Touring isn't something I'm good at", she said at Sunday night's show. She acknowledged the fact that the tour changed her life and she now understands why she does it. During her show, she shared that she may be ready to retire from touring - completely.

Yep, pretty sure she's over it. Well, we do, and as a result of that, she started her performance over.

After this shocking reveal, she told the audience that her greatest accomplishment in her career is t.

During her stop at the Mount Stadium, which she has sold out three times, she said that it is "impossible to tell what happens next". Unlike Beyonce who streamed "Lemonade" exclusively through tidal during the first few weeks of its release, Adele refused to stream her album for months after it was released in late 2015. Her next show isn't until June in London and she will wrap up, also in London, on July 2.

Singer-songwriter Adele (L) and Simon Konecki during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.



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