Adele is reportedly in talks about rescheduling her Las Vegas residency at a new venue across the road.
The singer drew much criticism for cancelling her Vegas gigs at Caesars Palace Colosseum with just 24 hours' notice in January, having reportedly been unhappy with the look of the staging.
According to The Sun, the 33-year-old is now in negotiations about moving to Planet Hollywood's Zappos Theatre and playing the gigs there, with Caesars Palace already booked up with other artists later this year.
"Talks are ongoing with Adele about the possibility of her moving the residency to Zappos," a source told the newspaper.
"The venue is within the Caesars family - whom she has the huge money deal with - and it's world class.
"It's been a residency spot for a host of huge stars, including Jennifer Lopez and Shania Twain, and after the issues raised by Adele about her set and the sound quality at the Colosseum it seems Zappos could be the answer.
"Plus the schedule at the Colosseum is seriously tight. That venue was her first choice, but if that isn't possible then Zappos is the perfect fit and they want her to know the door is open."
Zappos has almost twice the capacity of Caesars Palace, leaving open the possibility that the new gigs could become even more lucrative than the original dates.