Adele Offers Up An Apology After A Fan Is Injured At Her Glasgow Concert

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Adele continues to be the best. When she’s not visiting sick fans or helping couples find happiness, she’s defending mothers’ rights to raise their children and showing genuine concern over a fan that was hurt at one of her shows.

The impossibly earnest mega-star tweeted out an apology to a fan who was injured at her show in Glasgow. Though the identity of the concertgoer is not known, they were hit in the face when a portion of Adele’s rigging fell onto the crowd during a show on March 25 at the SSE Hydro. Adele also promised an investigation into the incident.

The venue apparently carried on with the show with the lights on to prevent further surprises – certainly not the first time that SSE Hydro has brought the lights up during a performance. In a statement to the UK’s Daily Record, the venue says that the equipment in question belonged to Adele’s tour.

“A chain belonging to the production came down and hit one person who was taken to hospital as a precaution. We are liaising with the production crew to ascertain what happened. This is all we know at this stage.”

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