Adele Signs a Lucky Bride’s Wedding Dress During Las Vegas Show: Watch
Dreams do come true. A bride and groom who scored tickets to a date of Adele‘s Las Vegas residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace got even luckier when the star took a moment during the show to congratulate them on their recent nuptials.
The moment took place as the 34-year-old sang “When We Were Young.” While passing the couple — who were still dressed in their wedding garb, Adele said, “Did you just get married? You got married today? Congratulations!” The groom had a marker at the ready, which the “Easy on Me” singer took to sign the bottom hem of the gown.
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“Weekends with Adele. My world is made – found the love of my life and this man was determined to have Adele sing at our wedding… 7 years later all our dreams came true,” the bride wrote on Instagram, sharing video from the special moment. “Thank you Adele for creating the memory of a lifetime for us.”
The groom was equally excited about the moment and shared it on his Instagram as well. “@adele please excuse my clammy hands,” he wrote. This was my most major fan girl moment lol @gababouthair #3/3/23.”
Adele also gave a subtle nod to the newlyweds on her own Instagram, sharing a photo of her exchange with them in a carousel post from “weekend 14” of her residency.
Adele is slated to perform six more dates at her Las Vegas residency, which will conclude on March 25.
See the photos and videos from the newlywed’s sweet moment below.
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