'This isn't a DVD, this is a live show' - Adele demands fan stop recording with camera on tripod
The logic of recording a live show while watching it through your camera is beyond us, and it seems to be beyond Adele too.
The singer has been having plenty of banter with her audiences as she traverses Europe on her tour but at her show in Arena di Verona in Italy last night she faced-off with a fan.
The woman was not simply holding up an iPad or phone, as annoying as that is, but she was recording the show using a camera on a tripod.
Adele stopped singing and singled her out.
that face at the end YES ADELE DRAG HER pic.twitter.com/1VFdl1T9IV— charlotte (@_charl_alice_) May 29, 2016
"I wanna tell that lady as well could you really stop filming me with that video camera, because I'm really here in real life. You can enjoy it in real life rather than through your camera," she said, clearly annoyed.
"Could you take your tripod down? This isn't a DVD. It's a real show and I'd really like you to enjoy my show because there's lots of people outside who couldn't come in."
She then turned her back, swished her hair, and mouthed something unintelligible off microphone.
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