Seth Rogen was “extremely high” while in the front row for Adele TV special

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“I Didn’t Know I Was Attending the Taping of the Adele Television Special”

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Seth Rogen has admitted that he was “extremely high” when Adele sat front row in a recent US television special.

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Rogan attended the event with wife Lauren Miller, thinking it would be a small, intimate show, and was shocked when he came to find a much larger audience and a film crew.

to speak on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon Rogan recalled the moment, explaining that he and his wife had smoked “tons of weed” and had gotten “extremely high” before the show.

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“I was on the front row of an Adele concert,” Rogen began. “It’s as surprising to me as to anyone because I didn’t know I was attending the taping of the Adele television special.”

Rogen said that he and his wife were “not mentally equipped” on the front lines of the show. “I literally had a camera in my face,” he laughed.

“There are many other famous people here who should sit where I am, and I could feel insulted that I had such a nice seat. I was in front of Drake. Like there’s no world where I should be in front of Drake. How was this possible?”

He even joked that he didn’t know Adele.

Earlier this week, Adele announced a 12-week residency in Las Vegas.

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The singer-songwriter will perform two shows every weekend at the Caesars Palace Hotel’s Colosseum from January 21 to April 16, 2022.

The residency, titled ‘Weekends with Adele’, comes next summer at BST Hyde Park in the UK ahead of its two sold-out dates.

Rumors of a Las Vegas residency have been circulating in recent months, with the star said to have decided between the Park Theater at the Park MGM Las Vegas or the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

Reports of Adele’s possible Las Vegas residency first surfaced in August, with a source telling mail on sunday That the show would be “extremely lucrative” for the singer. “It would cost him a lot of money but it would also mean he could have a routine,” he said.

But she recently brushed off the rumors that she would be joining a Las Vegas residency in an interview Rolling stone, claiming at the time that “fucking nothing was available” anyway.

Meanwhile, according to MRC data, the singer-songwriter’s new album ’30’ tops the US charts, with 839,000 equivalent album units sold.

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