Adele Forgets Lyrics to Her Song ‘Million Years Ago’ During Concert
Recording artist Adele flubbed the lyrics to her song, “Million Years Ago” during a concert in Lisbon, Portugal last week, and it was all caught on camera.
“Oh [expletive], wrong words! [expletive], [expletive], [expletive],” she said, laughing. “I started singing the chorus. Sorry!”
Adele forgot the lyrics to her song and this was her reaction. pic.twitter.com/n1EyHwXM56
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) May 25, 2016
This isn’t the first time the 27-year-old singer has forgotten the lyrics to her chart-topping records.
It was just a few days ago when Adele screwed up the lyrics to “Rolling in the Deep” while performing for thousands of fans during her Manchester concert.
“Oh [expletive], [expletive], stop, I did the wrong words. Let’s do it again,” she said giggling.
Adele’s fans were forgiving of the singer’s mishap.
@PopCrave still a legend :3
— Jerry (@jerryscott21) May 25, 2016
@etnow she’s so dang cute, and when she messes up she’s even cuter!! Love her!!!!
— Sherri Martin (@shaggalag50) May 26, 2016
— Arewa Falaye (@Brainyrules) May 26, 2016
— Queenie Mortiz (@queenmortz) May 26, 2016
Adele’s songs have landed her in the record books. Her lead single, “Hello” off of her third album, “25” was viewed over a billion times on YouTube—the fastest ever music video to do so, with fifty million of those views initially occurring in the first 48 hours after its release.
The singer is also sporting a slimmer figure, thanks to the “Sirtfood Diet.”
“The Sirtfood Diet is all about losing weight and feeling fantastic through eating great-tasting food. It’s based on extensive research into the power of key plant foods, which when added to our diet turn on fat burning and improve wellbeing,” source close to the singer, who recently signed a more than $100-million deal, told MailOnline.
Adele released her new single, “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” on May 16.
The megastar will kick off the North American leg of the Adele Live 2016 world tour on July 5 in Minnesota.