Pop singer Adele stopped her concert in Verona, Italy, May 29 to tell a fan to stop filming her (video below).
The awkward moment was filmed by another fan who posted it on Twitter, notes ABC News.
Adele told the first fan:
Yeah, I wanna tell that lady as well, can you stop filming me with a video camera, because I’m really here in real life. You can enjoy it in real life, rather than through your camera. Can you take your tripod down? This isn’t a DVD, this is a real show, and I would really like you to enjoy my show because there’s lots of people outside that couldn’t come in.
Adele's fans supported her on Twitter, notes The Telegraph:
"I commend @adele for calling out the rude concertgoer with the recording equipment. How'd she get a tripod and prof camera into the venue??"
"What Adele did, she was standing up for her fans who couldn't attend to her show, but they were outside of the venue just to hear her."
"Big shoutout to @Adele for telling that woman to stop recording all of her show! Completely agree, 'it's not a DVD!' #soznotsoz."
While Adele might have seemed tough on the fan, the singer called herself out after she forgot the words to a song a few nights earlier in Lisbon, Portugal, notes the New York Daily News.
That incident was also caught on video -- filmed by yet another fan. Adele said: "S---, wrong words. S---, s---, s---. I started singing the verse instead of the chorus. Sorry.”
In another concert this month, Adele forgot the words to her hit "Rolling in the Deep," stopped the show and said: “Oh s--t. F--k. Stop. I did the wrong words. Let's do it again. Let's do it again. Lights out. Lights out."
Adele stopped another concert in May, this one in Manchester, England, with another f-bomb: "Let's start again. F---. I forgot the f----- words."
WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE BY POP SINGER