In recent days, the tragic account of the Oceangate’s Titan submarine has garnered worldwide attention and has enthralled the thoughts of millions of people all around the world.
Adele was one of the people who was touched, and she took a break from her performance on Friday night in Las Vegas to address the crowd about their readiness to explore the depths of the ocean in a tiny submarine in order to visit the wreckage of the Titanic.
“Before this week, how many people, if they could, would go down to the very, very bottom of the ocean to see the Titanic?” “How many people would go down to the very, very bottom of the ocean to see the Titanic?” questioned Adele in the midst of the performance.
In spite of the fact that the submersible had suffered a catastrophic failure, there were still a few people in the audience who volunteered to go on the trip by raising their hands and proclaiming their intention to do so.
Despite this, a sizeable proportion of the audience communicated their unwillingness to participate in such an adventure.
Adele’s line of questioning proceeded with, “How many people, if you could, if it didn’t cost you anything, would go to proper space?”
I wouldn’t do any one of those things, but that’s only because I’m a chicken. Even if there’s nothing else I’d rather do, I’ll never ride a roller coaster. “I just don’t have any genuine interest in the deep sea or space, so that’s the reason why,” Adele explained.
“I find it very interesting, and I think people who have a genuine interest in that, I totally see why they would go, but okay!” “I find it very interesting, and I think people who have a genuine interest in that, but okay!”