Adele is unlikely to treat fans to a worldwide Renaissance-style tour (Picture: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for AD)
Sorry Adele fans, we might not see a mammoth world tour from the pop icon after her Las Vegas residency despite her cryptic ‘clue’.
The I Drink Wine singer has been stunning fans across the pond with her powerful vocals and hilarious on-stage antics at Weekends with Adele.
However, Adele’s long-standing agent and industry titan, Lucy Dickins, doesn’t believe her next move will be that obvious.
‘I don’t know – she won’t do what everyone else does,’ Lucy told Metro.co.uk as she arrived at the Music Industry Trusts (MITS) Awards in London on Monday, November 6.
Lucy Dickins has been Adele’s agent since the hitmaker was 18 years old (Picture: John Marshall – JM Enternational)
She gave Metro the inside scoop as she received the MITS Award (Picture: John Marshall – JM Enternational)
Rumours began swirling that the 16-time Grammy winner could be planning a world tour after she sent a heartfelt message to her fans.
Giving Taylor Swift fans a run for their money, Adele’s Instagram caption about falling in love with performing again and seeing everyone on the ‘other side’ led to speculation.
Fans believed ‘see you on the other side soon’ was a hint that a tour could be on the way after her Vegas stint came to an end.
The legendary agent continued: ‘[Adele’s] never done that in her life so I’d be surprised if she comes and does the same as everyone else.’
Lucy said Adele won’t ‘do what everyone else does’ (Picture: John Marshall – JM Enternational)
Adele shared a sweet video message for her agent (Picture: John Marshall – JM Enternational)
That being said, Lucy added that you can never ‘rule anything out’ with the Chasing Pavements hitmaker.
Lucy has been by Adele’s side since she was 18, along with other talent like Stormzy, Olivia Rodrigo, and Loyle Carner – with the latter performing at the ceremony.
She received the prestigious MITS Award in recognition of her over 25 years in the industry, presented to her by her own brother Jonathan.
Jonathan is also Adele’s manager, with the star – who couldn’t be at the awards in person – sharing in a video message how she ended up with both of them ‘completely separately’.
Adele laughed: ‘I whipped a demo of mine out of my bag and gave it to [Lucy] and said “You’re going to want to be my agent”.’
With a grin, Lucy shared: ‘She’s enjoying doing the residency and I just think we’ll take each day as it comes.’
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She’s chasing her own pavement