Superfan of Adele who stood up during her performance to record himself and was praised by the artist has said he’s “not really sorry” for upsetting other fans. Juan Pablo has been identified as a fan.
Juan Pablo, who is he?
Juan Pablo, an Adele fan, began recording during the singer’s residency concert in Las Vegas. In a video that Juan Pablo posted on TikTok, he can be seen standing up, singing along to Adele songs, and using a selfie stick to record himself. However, he had unintentionally blocked the view of those seated behind him with his actions.
Juan Pablo was asked to take a seat by a fellow concertgoer who was seated behind him before security personnel stepped in. In order to defend the ardent fan, Adele took a brief break from singing “Water Under the Bridge” and asked security to stop bugging him.
Pablo reportedly said, “I’m sorry, I really am sorry, I only had one opportunity to see her and I took it,” when responding to the incident, according to TMZ. I did as I pleased and joined her in singing every song while standing up, or at least for the majority of the songs when I wasn’t bothered. I apologize.
He added, “I’m not really sorry, in part, I felt bad, when I was standing up, I had a little bit of a guilty feeling, but they could have stood up too,” in his interview. People were standing up in every other section, so if someone did so in front of me, I would stand up to be above them.
After the incident, the singer stood up for Pablo and gave her instructions to do so. Adele received a lot of praise on social media for the concert-goer support act she performed.