Adele halts performance after fan suffers heart attack

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Multiple Grammy Award victor Adele was forced to stop a concert in Sydney after a fan had a heart attack during live performance and emergency services were called.

The 28-year-old singer was about to belt out her hit Rolling in the Deep at the city's ANZ Stadium on Friday (10Mar17) when she reportedly spotted a seriously injured fan who had collapsed.

The ill fan was taken to Westmead Hospital in a serious condition, according to an ambulance spokesperson.

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She also joked that she had ruined the surprise for the rest of the audience by telling them about the pyrotechnics.

Onlooker Meg Rylance told the site that she was sitting next to the woman in the front row.

She said: "She [Adele] stopped the concert and she was like, 'I'm sorry but someone got hurt and I have to check they're okay'. She actually seemed really tearful", the source said. I cant say youd do much better if you were famous at 12 years old, shut up.

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Adele halted a sold-out concert in Sydney, Australia to ensure a fan who collapsed could get medical treatment.

It was initially thought that the woman had suffered some kind of spinal injury as the paramedics brought a stretcher into the arena.

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