had ticket-holders scratching their heads during her most recent after she admitted her strange obsession.
The 35-year-old singer bizarrely revealed she was ‘addicted’ to collecting miniature light-up Christmas villages all year round.
After spotting them for sale on eBay, the Rolling in the Deep hitmaker couldn’t get enough and shared with her audience the sheer amount she had bought since falling in love at first click.
She explained that she now had so many of the Christmas decorations she had run out of plug sockets in her Los Angeles mansion to power them all up.
‘You’re going to think I’m an old woman. I went on eBay and suddenly discovered light-up miniature Christmas villages. I went a bit crazy. I’ve spent a lot of money,’ the star told the crowd at her show, according to .
Adele continued, adding: ‘Then I found a Dickens one with loads of London landmarks. I got a bit addicted… really, my main goal is to figure out some kind of socket situation to plug in all the wires.’
The A-lister began her wildly popular run of Weekends with Adele as a residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Nevada last year.
Following the initial success of her American performances, she decided to extend her presence in Sin City for another stint that is due to wrap up later on this year.
Her growing fascination for small neon villages came after she was immortalised as a to mark the comic’s 85th anniversary.
The special commemorative issue also featured the King and Queen of England alongside other notable celebrities such as F1 racing driver Lewis Hamilton, former England footballer Jill Scott and broadcaster David Attenborough.
Guests were picked after 3,000 children aged seven to 14 were polled to work out which celebrities they would most like to see in cartoon form.
Mike Stirling, head of ‘mischief’ at The Beano, said: ‘As Beano proudly celebrates its 85th anniversary, it continues to champion the power and joy of childhood by doing what it’s always done, showing kids being kids.
‘Here’s to the next 85 years, and we dedicate this birthday issue to every child out there, because being a kid never gets old.’