Adele Says She May Never Tour Again During Final '25' Show

Her comments come after Live Nation Chairman Michael Coppel hinted that her record-breaking Australian and New Zealand dates could be her first and last.

Adele explained the audience at Mt Smart Stadium that touring isn't something she's good at, and too much attention makes her uncomfortable.

"Who wants to make a bet with me I'll fall over at some stage...or get electrocuted by my microphone?" she added.

"I don't know if I'll tour again but I'm here now and it's fucking handsome and I love it", she said mid-way through a cover of Bob Dylan's Make You Feel My Love.

'The only reason I've toured is you.

The singer concluded the third leg of her ongoing "Adele Live 2017" tour on Sunday in front of 40,000 spectators at the arena in Auckland.

The singer, 28, reportedly burst into tears as she called her latest, 15-month world tour the "greatest accomplishment in my career".

"I just gotta bear it", she said.

The Adele management had been on-site at Seafarers for the past few nights and slowly prepped the mega-star's final night of the tour and possibly her last.

During an interview with Q Magazine, she said, "I have anxiety attacks, constant panicking on stage".

In Australia, hundreds of thousands bought the tour T-shirt with Adele's eyes and programme (a number of which have been secretly signed in advance by her), the two biggest selling items at the merchandise desks.

The Hello hitmaker watched as the 30-strong kapa haka group performed the Maori folk song Toia Mai Te Waka Nei and the Ka Mate haka.

'It's actually getting worse.

At the last of her three shows at Mt. At her Metro Detroit concert, she spent half the show singing and the other half talking and making jokes.

  • Leroy Wright