Adele hits the stage for her concert at ANZ Stadium on Friday (March 10) in Sydney, Australia.
Adele was forced to temporarily halt her concert in Sydney after a fan suffered a cardiac arrest, as footage from the performance shows her stopping midway of a song and expressing her concern for the fan.
The Grammy victor was forced to halt the performance when a 47-year-old woman suffered the heart condition and emergency services were called, reported Daily Mirror.
"Sorry. Someone got hurt".
She can also be heard asking if the person was okay. "I can't say you'd do much better if you were famous at 12 years old, shut up". Adele told the crowd.
Another eyewitness said that Adele had seemed very upset with what she has witnessed.
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She said: "At this point in the show last night, there was a lady, she got really ill down there and I sang this song and with my back to what was going on".
"Obviously I can't go through with those feelings because I'm married now".
It was originally thought that the woman had suffered a spinal injury as paramedics brought a stretcher into the arena with them.
The Grammy victor was performing to one of her biggest crowds to date, with 95,000 people in attendance, when the incident occurred.
But Ms Rylance said nobody had paid the situation any attention until Adele stopped the show shortly before launching into Rolling In The Deep.