BBC Bosses have issued a warning to viewers who are planning on watching Adele’s Glastonbury performance on telly tonight.
Adele is set to headline Glastonbury Festival 2016 tonight for Saturday’s show – Adele’s performance will be aired on telly live, BBC bosses have issued a warning.
Adele is extremely likely to use ‘strong language’ during her performance on the Pyramid stage tonight/
Adele frequently swears on her tour shows and occasionally on telly, such as The BRIT Awards.
A source told the Mirror: “Swearing is in her vernacular, so it’s only natural she’ll be effing and blinding away,
“But even though her set will air in a broadcast that doesn’t begin until after 9pm – which is post-watershed – it’s probably for the best that viewers are warned to expect a few naughty words.”
A spokesman for the BBC said: “As with previous years, all live post-watershed performances from this weekend’s Glastonbury will be prefaced with a warning for possible strong language.”
You can watch Adele’s Glastonbury performance on BBC2 from 10.15pm tonight.