Published On: Sat, Jul 23rd, 2016

Adele accidentally kisses fan during Vancouver concert


Adele gave a fan a priceless souvenir at her concert on Thursday by accidentally kissing him while on stage.

The Hello hitmaker brought her Adele Live 2016 tour to Vancouver, where she invited a 21-year-old fan, identified as “Wizzy” on Twitter, to the stage at Rogers Arena.

He told his idol he had come all the way from his native Nigeria for the show, and, clearly moved by his dedication, Adele went in to give him a hug. However, as he was readying his phone to snap a selfie, he turned his head just as the star leaned in to kiss his cheek, and she ended up landing on his lips instead.

While the fan was ecstatic about the slip up and began jumping up and down, the British singer immediately acknowledged the kiss and jokingly told the crowd, “Thank God my man ain’t here (sic)!,” referring to her longtime beau Simon Konecki.

“Oh my God, I haven’t been kissed by another man in like six years!” she added. “He just snogged (kissed) me!”

The pair then went on to take a proper selfie, which Wizzy posted on Twitter.

“Adele has hit the stage! And here I am with her! Who gon (sic) check me boo,” he wrote in the caption.


Adele and Simon, who share three-year-old son Angelo together, have been dating since 2011 – the last time she embarked on a world tour. The Grammy winner kicked off the current trek in Belfast, Northern Ireland in late February (16), and toured throughout Europe, where Simon was seen joining his girlfriend in various cities. He reportedly decided to stay home in their native England instead of join Adele for the North American leg due to his work with charity Drop4Drop, although he plans to fly out for certain stops along the way, according to Britain’s The Sun newspaper. The Adele Live 2016 tour includes a total of 105 concerts across 18 countries, and she will wrap up the extensive trek in Mexico in November.  


News Source Calgary Sun

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