Adele Sneaks Into BF's Home After Canceling Show Following Alleged 'Furious Row' Over Pool Stunt

The 'Easy On Me' hitmaker is seen entering Rich Paul's Beverly Hills mansion just hours after she tearfully told her fans that she pulled the plug on her Caesars Palace residency.

AceShowbiz - Adele apparently left Las Vegas immediately after canceling her residency. The "Easy On Me" hitmaker was caught sneaking into Rich Paul's Beverly Hills mansion after she called off her show following alleged "furious row" over swimming pool stunt.

The British singer was photographed entering her boyfriend's home just two hours after she pulled the plug on her Caesars Palace residency. In photos obtained by Daily Mail, she was seen wearing slippers and a $450 Louis Vuitton shawl over her hoodie.

On Thursday, January 20, Adele tearfully announced that she had to postpone her show. While trying to hold back her tears, the "Rolling in the Deep" singer told her fans and followers that the majority of her crew came down with COVID-19, making it impossible to continue forward.

However, according to reports, Adele, who recently FaceTimed her fans to directly apologize, canceled her show after having a "furious row" with her set designers over a pool stunt. A source told The Sun, "When she saw the finished design, she refused to take part."

"Adele described the pool as a 'baggy old pond' and refused, point blank, to stand in the middle of it," the insider further claimed. "The intention was to fill it with water on the set as she was lifted up on a crane-type mechanism, creating the illusion she was floating on water."

A separate source spilled to the outlet that Adele's residency was allegedly destined for "disaster" amid arguments with Esmeralda Devlin, one of the set designers. "In spite of the set costing millions to put together, Adele was unhappy with the result, and she made her feelings very clear to Es," the informant shared.

"[Adele] was already nervous and the falling out sent her spiraling into a panic because she was desperate that everything should be perfect," the source continued, noting that Esmeralda also worked on Adele's 2016 world tour. A second insider claimed that the alleged rift between the pair came amid "endless changes" to the set list and running order.

"There was no real clarity around what Adele wanted for the show because of the endless changes being made to the production," the source alleged. "It seemed that while she has always preferred a stripped-back performance, she was under some pressure to come up with a huge extravaganza."

The insider added, "So there was a constant ricochet between those two versions of what the show should be, and it did cause some quite explosive arguments." The so-called inside source went on to explain that most of her shows have "teething problems," saying, "It is well known that Adele suffers badly with anxiety when it comes to performing live, so it's hard to imagine her going ahead if she wasn't happy."

Adele's Las Vegas residency, titled "Weekends with Adele", was set to kick off on January 21 at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace and run through April. However, the Grammy-winning artist has assured her fans that all dates will be rescheduled.

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