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Adele angered her loyal fans when she canceled her upcoming Las Vegas residency due to COVID cases among her vaccinated crew.

The red-faced singer recorded a video tearfully explaining why she canceled her entire residency, but fans were unsympathetic.

Fans who paid thousands of dollars for tickets lashed out at the British pop star for behaving like a Diva. They say she's a narcissist who only cares about herself.

Two sisters who found out about the cancellation while on a plane from New York to Las Vegas were left heartbroken and angry, according to DailyMail.com.

Another family who paid half a year's salary for tickets were waiting to board their plane when they learned of the cancellation.

Thomas Wright and a friend flew from South Carolina to Las Vegas for opening night. They found out the show was canceled when they landed. They are out over $2,500 for tickets, flight and hotel accommodations.

"When you land in Vegas but Adele canceled her shows," Wright tweeted.

Fans might have gone easy on the emotional pop star, but Adele has a history of disappointing them.

An irate fan tweeted:

"I cannot stand Adele & can't understand how she still has fans. She let them down in London cancelling last minute & now again. Dos she not realize it's not just about the tickets; people pay a LOT of money to get to these places [sad emoji]. And that's without all hr COVID nonsense!"

Another fan wrote:

"Not the first time you've done this. I wonder how much you pocket du to covid shutting you down? Well I hope people learn. You should have just got on with it but the covid excuse is too easy."

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Kanye West will hold his second listening event for his much-anticipated 10th studio album, Donda, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

Thousands of tickets remain unsold for tonight's event that kicks off at 9 p.m. EST.

ALSO READ: The Reviews Are In for Kanye West's 'Donda' Album And They Are Brutal

Ticket prices are now going for $20-$40 -- down from $30-$75 per ticket. Kanye gave away 5,000 tickets to college students for the first event.

The Donda album release event creative direction is by Belanciaga's Demna Gvasalia.

Tickets went on sale Monday, August 2 at Ticketmaster.com.

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Desperate to boost ticket sales, Team Kanye sent out a call on social media for random fans to participate in a crowd performance. Rehearsals were held yesterday at Kanye's temporary home in the stadium.

Album reviews for Donda are not good. Famed Atlanta music producer DJ Toomp offered his production services to help Kanye improve the album, presumably set for release tonight.
 

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