No dancing bans and secret tweeting: What happened on Adele's Aussie tour
Adele has stopped the final date of her Australian tour mid-show to stop a security guard asking fans to sit down.
During the performance in Melbourne she said: "Just before we go to the next song… excuse me sir? Could you stop telling people to sit down?"
But it's just the latest Adele-ism from her Australian tour to get people talking.
In her time down under she's had run-ins with bugs, announced a secret social media account and revealed her unusual approach to getting on stage.
She loves a proposal
During the same Melbourne show she helped a couple enjoy a proposal in front of 77,000 fans.
Wade Nicholson-Doyle took his boyfriend, Chris, to the Melbourne show as a 40th birthday present.
When the singer selected the pair from the crowd, Mr Nicholson-Doyle dropped to one knee and proposed.
"Did you say yes?" Adele joked, before hugging the couple.
"I actually had no idea that was going to happen. Congratulations."
Adele also confirmed she is now married herself during the tour.
The singer was on stage in Brisbane talking about her track Someone Like You, when she said, "I'm married now".
There had been rumours she had married long-term partner and father of her son Simon Konecki after she referred to him as her husband at the Grammy awards.
Back in 2015 Adele told the BBC she doesn't have direct access to her official Twitter account.
"I'm not a drinker any more, but when Twitter first came out I was, like, drunk tweeting, and nearly put my foot in it quite a few times," she explained.
"So my management decided that you have to go through two people and then it has to be signed off by someone, but they're all my tweets.
"No-one writes my tweets. They just post them for me."
But on the Brisbane leg of the tour she revealed how she gets around it.
"I was looking on Twitter last night. They don't know I have a secret account. Well obviously they do now because I said that. By 'they' I mean my management.
"I'm not allowed access to my own Twitter because I'm quite mouthy and I say the wrong thing a lot of the time. So they took that privilege away from me."
On stage arrival
You'd think Adele's arrival on stage would be borderline regal by now. It isn't.
In Sydney she told the crowd how she spends several minutes every night "drenched in sweat" being wheeled around in a small box.
A video of the flight case going through the crowd flanked by her security staff confirmed the unusual method of transport.
She's not into dancing like Beyonce...
While on stage in Melbourne, Adele joked how a fan was "saving her life" because it was cooling her down during the performance.
She then said it made her look like Beyonce when it blew in her face and started singing Crazy In Love.
"Gimmie a beat!" she said, trying to copy her moves before laughing and giving up.
"I don't know how she does it," she laughed.
During a show at Brisbane Cricket Ground, she was in the middle of a crowd chat about being a mum when she suddenly started swatting at a cluster of mosquitoes.
"There's a bug on me!" she shouted.
"I'm sorry, I'm not Australian - I don't like bugs. It was sucking my blood.
She then glanced at the ground and realised what she'd done.
"Oh no, I've hurt him.
"Oh, his friend's come to help him out. They're everywhere! They're all trying to kill me!"