Adele Moved To Tears On Stage Over Orlando Tragedy
Adele dedicated her show in Antwerp to the victims of the mass shooting in Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
In an emotional opener to her concert in Belgium, Adele reflected on the horrific mass shooting in America which has left 50 dead and 53 others injured with the death toll expected to rise due to the critical nature of some victim's injuries.
Adele opened her show in Antwerp by dedicating the concert to "everybody in Orlando at Pulse nightclub". She also showed her solidarity with the LGTBQ community by saying, "The LGBTQ community, they're like my soulmates since I was really young, so I'm very moved by it."
The clip, which was filmed by a fan shows the singer breaking down in tears and commenting, "I don't know why I'm crying already, because most of this tonight is pretty miserable because my songs are f***ing miserable"
More from Entertainment
The First Live At The Marquee Act For 2018 Has Been Announced
It doesn't feel like that long ago since we were down in the Showgrounds but the first concert for the 2018 series of Live At The Marquee has been announced.
Due South T-Shirt Company To Feature At City Hall Craft & Design Fair
Eco-friendly t-shirts of Cork’s Fastnet Rock, made from recycled plastic bottles and organic cotton, have been specially designed for the biggest-ever City Hall Crafts and Design Fair in Cork from Friday to Sunday (Nov 24-26).
Niall Horan Is Coming To Play Killarney
It has just been announced that Niall Horan is set to play in Killarney!
City Hall Craft & Design Fair Returns This Weekend
Stars of Irish contemporary crafts and design will be showcased at the biggest-ever City Hall Crafts and Design Fair in Cork from November 24-26.
Cork Film Festival Announces 2017 Award Winners
The award was presented ahead of the sold out Closing Gala screening of Downsizing at The Everyman.
Aoife Scott To Play Cobh
Aoife and her band return to Cobh for one of their final and only Cork show of the year in the beautiful surroundings of Sirius Arts Centre on Friday 24th of November.