In the dimly lit photos, a huge poster of Adele can be seen looming over the room along with shelves filled to the max with items repping the Grammy Award winner's name.
The show — that was entitled "Weekends with Adele" — was abruptly canceled in January less than 24 hours prior to the "Hello" vocalist taking the stage. The announcement left fans angry and without refunds on their expensive tickets.
As OK! exclusively reported, prior to making the decision to call off the shows — Adele reportedly got into a bit of a fight with rumored fiancé Rich Paul that was overheard by behind the scenes staffers.
A source revealed that the chart topper“got extremely needy and kept begging Rich to come to Vegas, and when he couldn’t, things got loud and confrontational." The insider added: “She’d be saying things like, ‘I need you here, why aren’t you here?’ and would go from fiery to teary in a heartbeat.”
Scroll through the gallery to see Adele's abandoned merchandise store at Caesar's Palace:
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As the casino moves past Adele's cancellation, they began promotion for Urban's latest show taking over the venue.
Clothing inspired by the "Skyfall" crooner remained in the dark along with an empty counter with Adele's lyrics scribbled across the front.
Staffers looked to be extremely bored as there were no long lines of ticket holding concert goers to attend to.
The Adele dedicated section of the iconic venue appears to be a ghost town as empty chairs were left at empty tables.
The "Rolling In The Deep" singer's portrait looms hauntingly on the wall of past performers — even though she never officially took the stage.