She’s crying her heart out.
“Adele goes through a gamut of emotions during her performances, which the audience may not be aware of,” an anonymous source dished to The Mirror.
“The enormity of the show and her success is so impactful that she has a little cry beforehand or even after the shows.”
The Grammy-winner began her Caesars Palace residency in November, and reportedly rakes in an estimated $2 million each night.
“She feels so connected to fans and their support for her music and artistry that it can become overwhelming,” the source added.
The Post has reached out to Adele’s representatives for comment.
The British songstress hit headlines early last year when she canceled the first shows of her residency, leaving fans distraught.
The “Easy on Me” singer announced her decision in a teary clip on Twitter.
“I’m so sorry, but my show ain’t ready,” she said at the time as she fought back tears. “We’ve run out of time, and I’m so upset and I’m really embarrassed and I’m so sorry to everyone who traveled, again.”
“I can’t give you what I have right now, and I’m gutted,” she continued. “I’m gutted, and I’m sorry it’s so last-minute.”
However, Adele finally kicked off the residency late last year, with her show taking over The Colosseum every weekend in Sin City.
Videos often go viral of the songstress’ sweet moments with her fans.
In March, the singer signed the wedding gown of a newlywed, who attended the show with her husband in their nuptial garments.
In a viral TikTok posted in January, the hitmaker choked back tears after she spotted a man in the crowd who had brought along a photo of his late wife
“I think that’s his wife, and I don’t think she’s here, and it just really moved me,” Adele said.
“It looks like you’re here on your own, and I’m so sorry,” she continued. “I’m so sorry for your loss, and I’m so sorry I didn’t realize what you were showing me until I was already over there. I see these little pockets of people’s lives when I walk through, and it’s so beautiful.”