It sounds like Adele is not opposed to having another baby!

At one of her recent Las Vegas residency shows, the “Hello” songstress did a gender reveal for a couple in the audience, joking about a pregnancy in her own future in the process.

The couple, who the “Rolling in the Deep” singer learned were Shantelle and Chris from New York, apparently snuck a sign into the venue, asking Adele to help them find out the gender of their baby. After fulfilling the ask, she questioned, “If and when I get pregnant, will you do my gender reveal? At the shower, I’ll have you back, and you can do it.”

The concert-goer, of course, shook her head “yes,” confirming she’d be game to return the favor.

“No one’s really allowed signs in here, I’m just obsessed that you got one in,” she said when the man and woman first approached the stage handing her the envelope with the secured information inside. “And I’ve never done this,” she added.

“Oh my God, I think it’s like, from a doctor,” the music artist gasped, realizing how major the task she’d been given was for the anxious couple.

The mom-to-be gushed over how “honored” she was that Adele was willing to do this for them, before explaining they’ve been waiting six weeks from receiving the confirmation at the doctor to find out the gender until their concert date.

The wholesome clip then depicts the “Easy on Me” singer taking a seat on a nearby step to the stage platform and ripping the side of the envelope to find the contents inside. “Shantelle and Chris are having a baby… BOY!” she announced, to the visible elation of the dad-to-be, who raised his arms in the air as cheers from the crowd ensued.

After exchanging hugs with each of the soon-to-be parents, the 35-year-old gushed over the experience, exclaiming, “That was amazing! I’m so happy for you!” She then became overwhelmed with emotion, bursting into joyful tears before sending the couple off with well wishes for the future.

“Thank you, I was so honored to do that. That was so lovely. Good luck and congratulations! I’ve got an 11-year-old boy and wooo, you’re in for a ride!” the “My Little Love” artist said, referencing her only child, Angelo Adkins, whom she shares with ex-husband, Simon Konecki


Adele continues her streak of gorgeous custom stage looks for her Vegas residency.

Last night, the singer took the stage for her latest performance at The Colosseum at Las Vegas’s Caesars Palace, where she embodied elegance in a custom gown by Stella McCartney. The star’s all-black ensemble featured a long-sleeved, off-the-shoulder hourglass silhouette with a criss-cross choker neckline embellished with a braided diamond chain, inspired by the British designer’s winter 2023 collection.

“I feel so privileged to have designed another dress for the one and only Adele, our homegrown British talent,” McCartney said ahead of the show. “I think this is the most beautiful thing ever. We hand-crafted the dress at my London atelier – it has the diamonds from our Winter 2023 show and she’s going to look so glamorous.”

The “I Drink Wine” singer accessorized the look with a pair of large diamond-encrusted hoop earrings. She wore her blond hair straight, with a half-up style including a rope braid that matched the gown’s chain. She added shimmering silver eyeshadow to her signature thick cat-eye liner, and topped off the beauty look with a matte pink lip.

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Rumour has it candles filled the Gladstone Theatre’s vintage stage on Thursday June 29, creating a luxurious atmosphere for Adele fans.

Most guests entered in pairs, drinks in hand, eager for an evening of instrumental Adele covers.

The variation of blazing candles onstage and elegant chandeliers along the walls created a cozy ambiance. The candles at centre stage encircled four black folding chairs and music stands for members of the Despax Quartet.

Since 2014, Fever  has hosted Candlelight Concerts in over 100 cities worldwide to create multi-sensory experiences featuring local artists.

After their introduction, a long, awkward silence ensued as Gatineau’s Despax Quartet rearranged their chairs and music stands.

Fittingly, their first tune of the night was “Hello.” Though there were a few pitch errors from the violins, the group’s stunning harmonies reassured the audience of their musical prowess.

Cello player Valerie Despax then introduced her siblings’ quartet, who established their ensemble in 2003.

Valerie plays the cello, bass and sings. Duo Cendrine and Jean are violin powerhouses. Family-friend Olivier Philippe-Auguste brilliantly filled in on the viola for their brother Maxime.

Valerie’s smile was contagious. Her captivating voice, in tandem with her hand gestures, excited the audience.

She enumerated their setlist, giving additional details about each song. For example, “Hello,” was written about Adele’s relationship with her fans rather than an ex-lover.

The additional cello and viola melodies in “Rumour Has It” showcased the Despax Quartet’s creativity. Each musician tapped their legs and swayed with the rhythms, clearly entranced by their craft.


Olivier’s masterful viola-playing led the group into a beautiful harmony during the chorus of “Water Under the Bridge.”

However, the verses leading up to the “Oh My God” chorus were disappointing. Despite the cohesion demonstrated in the previous songs, the Despax Quartet’s clashing rhythms rendered an amateur sound.

They somewhat recovered themselves in the hit “Someone Like You” during the cello and viola solos. However, the violin duo stumbled through Adele’s infamous high notes and decrescendos.

After that, the stunning call and response between the violins and viola fully redeemed the Despax Quartet, giving each musician time to shine and compliment the others.


Allowing a pause, Valerie returned to the mic, enthusiastically presenting the second half of the setlist.

She set the bar high by noting that “Chasing Pavements” was Adele’s first Grammy-winning song. It was not only a hit for the singer but for the quartet too.

Their profound harmonies filled the theatre while the progression from cello to viola to violins captured Adele’s immense range.

Gladstone quickly became a James Bond movie during the quartet’s intense “Skyfall” performance. Their ability to conquer the tricky decrescendos and crescendos resulted in roaring applause.


Followed by a feel-good retelling of “When We Were Young.” Jean and Cendrine spat out high notes, animating the audience.

They concluded the concert with precise, magical renditions of “Easy on Me” and “Rolling in the Deep.”

One particular highlight of the performance was Jean and Olivier’s duet because Jean’s passion shone through as he grooved along. The performers took a bow amongst the candles as the audience applauded.

While the Despax Quartet provided a lovely tribute to Adele, the significant addition of candles onstage completed the intimate soiree. They softened the often-rigid atmosphere, providing a soulful, multi-sensory experience.