Adele bans unvaccinated fans from seeing her in concert after Boris Johnson tightens restrictions

Adele is only allowing fully-vaccinated fans to come to her shows in 2022 with the risk of contracting COVID-19 as the reason for her fiercely strict rules.

The 33 year old star is due to embark on her highly-anticipated Las Vegas residency next year, where she will belt out hits such as Hello and Rolling in the Deep alongside new tracks from her latest album 30.

The international superstar only recently made her return to the spotlight to promote her new music, but first single, Easy On Me, has already gone down a storm.

While fans are gearing up to scream and cry at Adele's new show, only those who have had two vaccinations against the coronavirus will be allowed in.

What's more, concert-goers will also be required to show negative COVID tests at the door.

Fans discovered the rules when they began queueing for tickets online.

Ticketmaster propped up a notice detailing the COVID-19 rules, which stated: "Both proof of vaccination AND proof of a negative test within 48-hours of the event is required to enter the event."

"Proof of vaccination and negative test result must be issued from the healthcare provider performing the vaccination or test," the notice continued. "Both documents are required for entry and can be displayed on your smartphone or as physical copies.

"Tests administered via an at-home kit will not be permitted."

Attendees must also prove it has been at least 14 days since their second vaccine dose, and the negative test result must have been received within 48 hours of the event.

The singer's Las Vegas residency will take place at famous hotel Caesar's Palace January-April, and will be called Weekends with Adele.

Following this, Adele is expected to perform next summer at packed-out shows at London's O2 Arena.

Children who are not eligible for a vaccine will not have to give proof of vaccination, but a negative test will still be required.

OK! has contacted Adele's representatives for comment.

While it says on the Ticketmaster notice that the rules have been put in place by the "event organisers", other stars performing at the hotel venue haven't done the same.

Rod Stewart, 76, is allowing unvaccinated fans to attend his shows as long as they wear a mask and undergo a temperature check upon entry.

Sting is also lined up to perform at the venue next June – with no notice banning the unvaccinated on ticket sales currently.

It comes as Adele recently shared her concern about the possibility of catching COVID at concerts.

Sharing her thoughts on the virus being "too unpredictable", the Tottenham-born star said she doesn't want "anyone coming" to her show "scared".

"And I don't want to get COVID, either," she added at the time.

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