Adele pays tribute to Matthew Perry, from ‘Friends’ in full concert

On Saturday afternoon it was announced that actor Matthew Perry, famous for his participation as Chandler in the successful nineties sitcom ‘Friends’, died at the age of 54.

The TMZ media revealed that the actor allegedly died from drowning in the jacuzzi of his home in Los Angeles.

The news did not take long to become public worldwide, where artists from all guilds reacted to the tragic death of the beloved ‘Friends’ actor, including Adele, who was giving a show in Las Vegas.

The British singer was giving a show in Las Vegas, where dressed as Morticia Addams due to the Halloween festivities, she stopped her concert when she learned of Perry’s death.

Adele praised Perry and his character, Chandler Bing, calling him “probably the best comedic character of all time.”

“It’s always so impactful, especially someone who made you laugh and brought so much joy into your life that you don’t know. This is what seems so strange to me, I have never met him in my life. . “There’s something that makes you feel very sad, especially because you don’t necessarily know what was happening.”

The singer continued to express her shock and sorrow at the death of someone who, despite not knowing personally, had brought so much joy to her life.