ADELE’S website crashed yesterday as the superstar announced two gigs next summer — her first for five years.

And thousands of fans who had their tickets cancelled in 2017 were left fuming because they were not given priority for the singer’s next blockbuster shows.

The site was down for a short time as millions tried to log on to leave details when she told her 26million Twitter followers about pre-order tickets for the concerts.

The London Hyde Park gigs will come five years after the Someone Like You singer pulled out of shows at Wembley with damaged vocal cords.

An email sent to ticketholders after the 2017 concerts were axed read: “The event organisers are exploring options to reschedule and anyone who purchased tickets for the cancelled shows will be given first access to purchase tickets in the event of any rescheduled dates.”

But those fans yesterday struggled to get on to the site amid huge demand.

Adele, whose album 30 is out next month, will perform on July 1 and 2 at the BST Hyde Park festival.

Superfan Lori Shortall, 48, was among those unable to pre-register yesterday.

She has flown 18,200 miles to watch Adele on three occasions — only to have each concert cancelled at the last minute.

Canadian Lori spent more than £6,000 trying to see the her idol, 33, sing live but is yet to make it to a gig.

She said last night: “I got a link for pre-sale tickets but annoyingly I couldn’t even get registered.

"Hopefully, fourth time will be lucky.

"Getting to see Adele would be absolutely amazing.”

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