Adele fans in awe of her ‘magic’ Vegas vanishing act: ‘You really did that babes!’

A split-screenshot from Twitter shows singer Adele wearing a black dress disappearing under a cloud of pink confetti.

British singing star Adele’s five-month Las Vegas residency has finally got underway and she has managed to wow fans by adding some magic to the show with the way she finishes her concert.

At the end of her last song on the setlist, “Love Is A Game”, she pulls a vanishing act by disappearing under an explosion of pink confetti and glitter.

As the confetti swiftly clears she is nowhere to be seen, leaving the audience to marvel at not only her majestic vocals, but epic exit.

With people obsessing over it, some have drawn handy little diagrams to show how she pulled it off while others have simply shared their admiration. Especially given how quickly she pulls off the move.


And the confetti used throughout the show is pretty iconic itself, interspersed with photos of Adele when she was younger and sweet lyrics and messages.

There are some people who have pointed out that these kinds of stunts are nothing new in Las Vegas,  as they’re known for show-stopping moves and grand finales.

However, the excitement of fans has been an encouraging sign for her residency given the controversial and sudden delay announced by Adele back in January.

At the time with she explained that the residency could not go ahead due to half her crew having COVID-19 and the show itself not being prepared to the standard she wanted.

As she finally took to the Las Vegas stage last week, she posted a heartfelt message to Instagram, saying: “I’m feeling all sorts as I write this. I’m highly emotional, incredibly nervous but can’t sit still because I’m so excited.

“I feel a million miles away from home, I can’t stop thinking about when I was little and saw Tom Jones in Mars Attacks and thought blimey how did he get from Wales to Las Vegas!?

“I always get scared before shows, and I take it as a good sign because it means I care and means I just want to do a good job.”