Adele lets her hair down as world tour ends in New Zealand

We are pretty sure the world spontaneously combusted after Adele made the major revelation that she may never tour again. Sad right? Just recently, she stopped by New Zealand and Australia for her tour.

"Touring is not something I am good at", the "Rolling in the Deep" hitmaker said.

The British star told a crowd at Auckland's Mount Smart Stadium that she was not "good" at touring and felt "vulnerable" on stage, according to the New Zealand Herald.

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Earlier this week, during the homestretch of her 15-month-long slog of a world tour, Adele announced to fans in New Zealand that this could actually be the end of her short-lived touring days. Adele shared that this tour has been, "the greatest accomplishment of my career". Last week, he even told the Daily Telegraph, "We may never see her again". "Then the future's an open book".

Yep, pretty sure she's over it.

It's changed my life. However, he added that she's ready to perform, it's lovely and she really loves it, according to The Guardian.

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This is Adele partying her butt off at her own after party at Seafarer's in Auckland where she danced the night away with her friends and band members.

Jezebel noted that Adele's last four shows in London, aptly named The Finale, will take place over the summer.

Either way, it might be a while before she undertakes such a mammoth trek again.

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