If you saw Adele at one of her massive stadium shows in Australia you probably would’ve been perplexed by how she got to the stage.
She performs on a stage in the middle of the arena and there’s no passage straight to the stage meaning she would either have to go to the stage before people start flooding in the gates or find a way to get there with thousands of people surrounding.
Well, it turns out that she gets wheeled towards the stage in a black box that makes it look like she’s equipment.
As Metro UK report, she told fans during her Sydney show over the weekend, “How I get to this stage makes me so sweaty. I’m drenched.”
“I can’t tell you til the end [of the tour] — you’ll laugh when you find out.”
Adele’s Aussie tour promoter Live Nation has declined to comment on whether or not the singer is using the same technique on her current Australian tour, but black boxes have been spotted rolling through the crowd moments before she hit the stage.
It’s hard to imagine that the arguably the biggest singer in the world gets wheeled in a very unglamorous box but there you go. It doesn’t matter how much money you make, sometimes you’ve just gotta do these things.
You can see the box being wheeled through the crowd in the picture above as spotted by Music Feeds at her Brisbane concert.