Adele has turned into a fairy godmother. The “Hello” singer makes her fans’ dreams come true whenever she can. Recently, she surprised a few of them on the first packed night of her ’25’ tour in Manchester by signing a few souvenir programmes that were on sale at the merchandise stall inside the venue.
NME informs that one lucky fan, Ben Mycroft, took to Twitter to share a snap of the signed brochure as well as to thank the singer for the surprise. Adele’s message reads, “I’ve only signed five of these. Thanks to coming to my first Manchester show. Adele x.”
However, this is not the first time that Adele has gone out of her way for her fans. On Sunday, during her concert in Dublin, the Grammy Award-winning singer invited a stunned Ronan Scolard and Glenn Murphy to stage. Scolard and Murphy’s YouTube video medley of Adele’s songs recently went viral. Billboard reveals that the singer told the duo that her band had even brought specific equipment for them to perform. “Oh come on, you can’t put it online and me be in Dublin and not think I’m gonna tell you to come up,” she said.
“I swear to God they did not know that I was going to do this,” she told the audience.
In another incident, Adele met an ill fan named Rebecca Gibney at her home in Belfast. Gibney’s mother, Tracy, was happy that Adele could meet her daughter. “I am in shock, I got my baby’s dream to come true. She was so nice, she could not have been nicer. Adele sat beside her and she was talking to me and my other kid, she was so nice for wee Rebecca. I cannot put it into words what it means,” Tracy told Belfast Live.
The singer has promised her fans some new songs by the end of her tour, states NME. “There may be a new song towards the end of the shows. I haven’t written anything yet, though!” she said.