On Sunday, B. Scott shared a video of Adele that is taking the Internet by storm!
The “Rolling in the Deep” singer was taped rolling her hips in the classiest twerk imaginable while singing on stage.
Check out the video below!
WATCH Adele Give Fans A ‘Cute Yet Polite TWERK’
Scott seemed to approve of the “Easy On Me” singer’s new dance move. She captioned the video, #IKTR, @adele.” IKTR is an abbreviation for “I Know That’s Right.”
“Adele is so classy but gives chill vibes,” one fan agreed.
“Legs and hips and boddaaaay 😂😂” another fan commented.
“Adele can do no wrong 💜” said a third follower.
“Adele and her……AHEM lil Cute yet polite TWERK,” another wrote.
“Subtle twerk?” another follower asked. Another fan called it a “muted stealth twerk.”
“We’ll accept this twerk because it’s Adele,” another wrote.
“I love it !!!” another fan commented. “She is performing and giving the fans some entertainment so what !!!”
One fan was totally not here for what one fan called a “sultry twerk.” They asked, “Is she trying too hard? We already accept her, big or small. Whether she getting that bbc or not. Whether she stops her concert 4x for fans being hot or not. She mos def doesnt need to try to twerk to get black love. Stop it and be you boo. It’s so awkward.”
“But when am I gonna see this Vegas show @adele?” another asked.
Over the weekend, Adele headlined two festival shows at BST Hyde Park. Before that, she told BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs that it was “impossible” to go through with her Las Vegas Residency at Caesars Palace earlier this year.
Adele Calls The Backlash From Postponing Her Residency ‘Brutal’
As reported by Deadline, Adele’s concert series was supposed to begin on Friday, January 21 and run through the middle of April. Although fans paid big bucks for tickets, the concert never happened and no make-up dates have been announced.
In the interview with BBC, she said, “I definitely felt everyone’s disappointment and I was devastated and I was frightened about letting them down, and I thought I could pull it together and make it work and I couldn’t, and I stand by that decision.”
She called the backlash she received from fans “brutal,” especially considering some fans had already taken time off work, paid to travel to Las Vegas, and only found out the concert had been canceled once they had already arrived. Adele said the backlash made her a “shell of a person for a couple of months.”
“You can’t buy me, you can’t buy me for nothing,” Adele said. “I’m not going to just do a show because I have to or because people are going to be let down or because we’re going to lose loads of money. I’m like, ‘The show’s not good enough.’”
According to Deadline, the stage sets for the show have been thrown out and the venue has moved forward with other artists, so it’s unclear when Adele’s “postponed” tour dates will actually happen.
“I’m not gonna update you if I ain’t got nothing to update you with, because that just leads to more disappointment,” Adele said, although there are still conflicting reports as to why the concert was canceled.
At first, the “Set Fire to the Rain” singer blamed the COVID-19 pandemic, saying, “Half my crew, half my team is down with COVID — they still are — and it’s been impossible to finish the show.” Later, reports revealed clashes between Adele and the production team over a 60-person choir and a pond that she was supposed to rise from the stage from.
Although she may never perform in Las Vegas, for fans who got to see her perform in London, her canceled residency is just “Water Under the Bridge.”