Adele Stops Concert After Fan Goes Into Cardiac Arrest
Adele concerts are known to be emotional events, but one of her shows in Sydney over the weekend was emotional for a totally different reason. In case you missed it, a 47-year-old woman went into cardiac arrest during the singer’s performance, with security performing chest compressions on her for 15 to 20 minutes before ambulances arrived.
Adele stopped the show when she saw the commotion going, and told the crowd that the show’s fireworks were being cancelled. A fan added that she was “visibly upset for the rest of the show.”
The next night Adele dedicated a song to the ill fan. "I knew what was going on, but I was really scared, and it was at this point I stopped the show to make sure she was OK,” Adele said. “I don't know if she's OK yet but I'd like to sing this song for her tonight."
Adele then sang “Take It All,” and added, “I wish you a speedy recovery. I look forward to finding out who you are, I don't know who she is yet and I'll be speaking to you soon, I hope."
The Chainsmokers Reveal Album Tracklist
The Chainsmokers are getting ready to release their full-length debut album “Memories…Do Not Open” next month and they just revealed the track list for the record.
The album features 12 songs, with guest appearances by Coldplay, Jhene Aiko, Emily Warren, Louane and country superstars Florida Georgia Line.
“Memories…Do Not Open” is set to drop April 7th.
Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You” Holds On To Number One
Ed Sheeran continues his hold on number one. The singer’s latest “Shape of You” tops the “Billboard” Hot 100 chart for a seventh week, and is also number one on the Digital Songs Sales chart for a seventh week, the Radio Songs chart for a fifth week, the Streaming Songs chart for its first week, and the On-Demand Streaming Songs chart for a third week.
And that’s not Ed’s only impressive Hot 100 feat this week. With the release of his new number one album “÷” (“Divide”), ten tracks from the record debut on the Hot 100 this week, and with three already on the chart, that means 13 of the album's 16 songs are in the Hot 100.