Adele loses it at security guard during her final Australian concert
Adele provided fans at her last Australian concert with a moment just as memorable as her music when she stopped the show to lecture a security guard.
The British singer broke the crowd record at Melbourne's Etihad Stadium for the second night running on Sunday, drawing in 77,300 fans as she wrapped up her tour down under.
But the Grammy winner broke from the usual routine at one stage when she noticed a security guard telling enthusiastic fans to take their seats.
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"Just before we go to the next song ... excuse me, sir? I know you work here, but could you stop telling people to sit down?" Adele said, catching the guard's attention.
"This is a music show. If people can't see, then they can stand up. And if you're moaning about people dancing, then what the f... have you come to a show for?
"If I see one more person get told to sit down, I swear to God."
The dressing down wasn't the only unusual highlight for fans, with an unplanned proposal also taking place after Adele invited a man and his partner on stage after she saw him crying during her rendition of Hello.
Adele heads to New Zealand next, with shows at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.