Watch out Adele, you are at risk of losing your voice in Las Vegas. Adele’s voice could be gone, forever.
Rock legend and Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott has warned the famous singer Adele of being in a very dry heat because it may affect her vocal cords.
Is Las Vegas that bad for Adele’s voice?
In 2019, Joe played a concert at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, and as a result of the lack of humidity in the desert area, his iconic voice had an adverse effect.
“I had to fill my bath with boiling water every night and put kettles and humidifiers all over the place so you wake up drowned,” he said, describing the climate in Sin City as a “killer for singers”.
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Joe advised Adele to get some good equipment to keep her voice in great condition. “For god’s sake get a humidifier for your room,” Joe said.
The Nevada resort is famous for being an annoying place for singers since it’s one of the driest cities in America. In 1997, the parched atmosphere affected the Irish rockers Jon Bon Jovi and ruined his throat. As a result, he swore to never play in Las Vegas again.
During the Weekends With Adele, Adele will earn more than £500,000 per show at Caesars Palace’s Colosseum. Tickets cost range are from £700 to more than £9,000. The star will stay in a luxury £30,000-per-night suite at Caesars Palace.
Adele has a history of problems with her vocal cords. Back in 2011, she suffered from hemorrhage to her vocal cords so she had to make the necessary surgery.
And in 2017, she was forced to cancel the last two shows of her world tour in London after damaging her vocal cords. We hope everything is going to be fine and nothing bad happens.