Fans Infuriated At Adele’s Pre-recorded Performance!

By Neha Bakshi | 2 years ago
Fans Infuriated At Adele’s Pre-recorded Performance!
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Adele has become one of the favorites after breaking records with her “25” which became one of the fastest selling albums in the history of UK. But fans were greatly disappointed with Adele when she went on to pre-record her set at the grand finale of Simone Cowells’ show “X-Factor.”

It was revealed by the audience that the 27-year-old singer pre-recorded her set during the early hours which was supposedly to be a live one. According to MailOnline, the grand finale of “X-Factor” was supposed to have a live performance by Adele but it was later revealed on twitter by some audience that the blue eyed soul singer went on to pre-record the show.

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The matter sparked a social media controversy as the show presenters continuously mentioned the performances as live; the fans were infuriated after knowing the fact that Adeles’ performance went on pre-recorded during the show. It was even mentioned on the official twitter account of ITV that Adele will be performing live at the grand finale of “X-Factor.”

Adele along with the show bosses were heavily criticised for misleading the audiences and cheating them on the pretext of live performance. There are numerous angered tweets on the social media network.

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It is speculated that Adele has been a victim of stage fright about which she has spoken in the past and so be the reason she might have avoided the live performance. Adele performed her track “Hello” and gave an electrifying performance. She stated on the show that she was happy and excited to be on the show.

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Neha graduated in Electronic Media and has worked with Timea group for 3 years. She is passionate about learning languages and is certified French Language Expert. She joined MNG in 2015.