In the middle of a concert, Adele reveals that she went to therapy “five times a day” during her divorce

Adele says she went to therapy “five times a day” during her divorce. Getty Images

During a concert in Las Vegas this Friday, December 9, the interpreter of Someone Like You allowed herself to confide in her psychotherapy.

A confession in front of 4,000 people: Friday, December 9, on the stage of the Colosseum at the Caesars Palace hotel in Las Vegas, Adele left her singer cap aside for a few minutes to talk about mental health and reveal to her audience the content of her couch sessions. Heavily applauded, his intervention was filmed and shared on social networks, before being relayed by the English-speaking media.

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A second therapy after his divorce

“At the time of my divorce (with businessman Simon Konecki, with whom she had a little boy named Angelo Adkins, Editor’s note), I had five psych sessions a day of course!”, she began by declaring, with a touch of irony.

Usually discreet about her private life, the singer overcame her embarrassment that evening. She reveals in particular that she recently felt the need to resume therapy, where she had left it a few years earlier. “Today, I do it to make sure that I can surpass myself every week and that I can give you everything,” Adele assured her fans.

In front of an enthusiastic audience, the singer then revealed an overview of her psychotherapy. “This week, my session was very interesting, it revolved around my concerts. I love making music but there is something about live performances that terrifies me and fills me with fear, she said with tears in her eyes. That’s why I’m not a fan of big tours.”

“I am proud of myself for meeting my artistic needs”

Earlier in the year, the singer indeed surprised her fans by deciding to postpone her Las Vegas show dates, only 24 hours before the start of the show because “there was simply no soul there- inside”, she explained to our colleagues from She USA. A decision which “was by far the worst moment of [sa] career” but who also “helped to grow [sa] trust in [elle] because it was a very brave thing to do”. “I don’t think many people would have done what I did,” she added, saying she was “very proud of (her) for having met (her) artistic needs”.

Since this event, Adele has returned to the stage, more confident than ever and signed this Friday, December 9, her seventh date at Caesars Palace. “I want to tell the story from the beginning of my career to today,” she said of her new show at the She USA. Before concluding: “Everything revolves around music and it’s really nostalgic. It’s going to be really beautiful.”

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