Adele took to the stage all guns blazing last night in Sydney – with a special treat for fans.
The Hello singer brought a huge gun out on stage filled with T-shirts for her loyal fans.
But that’s not all, the mum of one also fired $20 bills at the concert goers.
Well, she probably has a few spare bob after making an estimated £523,000 per tour date on her world tour.
Adele took to the stage in a stunning off-the-shoulder gown.
The red dress was covered in star-shaped sequins to make sure she really sparkled.
She wore her flame-red hair in a loose bob and tucked it behind her ears to take proper aim with the T-shirt launcher
At the same concert, Adele dedicated one of her songs to a fan who suffered a cardiac arrest at her gig.
The woman was taken ill at Adele’s gig at ANZ Stadium in Sydney last week and when Adele returned to the stage the following evening, she explained that the track Take It All was for the sick fan.
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.
“I knew what was going on but I was really scared and it was at this point I stopped the show to make sure she was OK. I don’t know if she’s OK yet but I’d like to sing this song for her tonight.
“I wish you a speedy recovery. I look forward to finding out who you are, I don’t know who she is yet and I’ll be speaking to you soon, I hope.”
The Grammy winner was forced to halt the performance when a 47-year-old woman suffered the heart condition and emergency services were called.
More than 95,000 fans had made their way to the ANZ stadium last night and had to clear a path to allow paramedics to get to the ill woman.
According to Mail Online, the fan was taken to a local hospital in a serious condition, and Adele seemed upset about what had happened.
Adele stops her concert after a fan suffers from a heart attack
Eyewitness Meg Rylance told the site that she was sitting in the next row from the woman.
“She [Adele] stopped the concert and she was like, ‘I’m so sorry but someone got hurt and I have to check they’re okay’.
“She actually seemed really tearful,” the concert-goer added.
Initially it was thought the woman had suffered some kind of spinal injury, because paramedics had brought a stretcher into the arena with them.
But Ms Rylance said nobody had paid the situation any attention until Adele stopped the show shortly before launching into Rolling In The Deep.
The singer apologised to the enormous crowd and insisted on starting part of her set again – similar to how she restarted her tribute to George Michael at the Grammy Awards last month after realising she was out of tune.