Adele’s net worth and how much she’s getting paid after Vegas residency crisis

Well-loved London-born singer Adele has made headlines after cancelling her highly anticipated residency at Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace’s Colosseum – but while she will no doubt make some losses, her fortune remains staggering

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Adele has sent shockwaves around the entertainment world after she cancelled her Las Vegas residency only 24 hours before its opening night.


In a tearful video statement on Instagram, she said: "I'm so sorry, but my show ain't ready.

"Half my team have Covid and it's been impossible to finish the show," she sobbed, adding that her best-laid plans had been left in tatters by "delivery delays".

The show was supposed to run for 24 nights at the Caesars Palace's Colosseum.

She said: "I'm sorry, it's last minute. I'm so upset and I'm really embarrassed and I'm so sorry to everyone that's travelled again.

"We're going to reschedule all the dates, we're on it right now. And I'm going to finish my show."

But despite the promise of a re-do, fans are still likely to be disappointed after reportedly paying anywhere between £60 and £500 for a ticket.

With such huge amounts of cash per ticket, a 4,200 capacity venue and so many nights scheduled, the amount of money the show stood to make was likely to be nothing less than eye-watering. Read on for the latest on how much she was due to get paid and what he net worth is.

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According to Celebrity Net Worth, the international megastar has amassed a fortune of £162million. The site also claims that between 2009 and 2019 she raked in a whopping £317million through her record sales and concert performances.

Throughout the upcoming show, Adele was thought to have access to a £41,000 per night suite and a personal butler, a personal security, a chauffeur and an executive assistant.

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The string of weekend shows, which were planned to run until April 16, 2022, were thought to be set to earn the Londoner around £500,000 a night.

Speaking to the Sun prior to the devastating cancellation, a source said: “Adele is the hottest ticket in Las Vegas right now and she’s raking in a pretty penny from it.

“She is expected to make over £500,000 per gig thanks to ticket sales alone, even before the merchandising. Caesars has rolled out the red carpet to ensure she’s treated like the superstar she is.”

The paper also sensationally claim that some tickets were going for between £700 and £9,000 each.

On some resale sites, tickets for a night at the show were going for as much as £22,000, it was reported by the Independent.

Adele is set to play two shows at London's Hyde Park as part of the British Summer Time festival while her new album, 30, became the US's best selling album in 2021 just three days after it was released.

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