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She recently described how the ‘brutal’ reaction of fans to the cancellation of her concerts had left her feeling like a ‘shell of a person’, but has now drawn praise for having sign language experts at her gigs.<br>Two signers appeared on big screens last weekend as they took turns to translate the star’s 17-song setlist during her concerts at ‘s Hyde Park as part of the British Summertime festival. <br>Sources close to Adele, 34, said it was important to the singer that her deaf fans were able to enjoy her performances.<br>’Adele is a progressive woman and inclusivity is important to her, so the fact there is a way deaf people can enjoy her music and the atmosphere of a gig makes her happy,’ said the insider.<br>A source at the shows echoed those sentiments, saying: ‘There are some great acts on and it doesn’t seem fair that those who can’t hear or are hard of hearing can’t enjoy the experience. <br>’It has worked so it looks like it will be done more and more.'<br> Sources close to Adele, 34, said it was important to the singer that her deaf fans were able to enjoy her performances<br>American grunge rockers Pearl Jam had a signer on Friday when they performed as part of the British Summertime festival, and Duran Duran are expected to use one tonight.<br>While deaf or partially deaf music fans might not be able to hear songs clearly, they can still feel the vibrations from instruments and enjoy the atmosphere of live performances.<br>The decision to have signers comessitus judi slot terbaik dan terpercaya no 1 one claims £191million Euromillions jackpot as record…
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Actress Rose Ayling-Ellis last year won the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing contest despite not being able to hear. <br>The 27-year-old’s dances, using vibrations to time her moves, included a performance to Clean Bandit’s Symphony that featured a period of silence as a tribute to the deaf community. <br>It won a British Academy Television Award for TV’s Must-See Moment.<br>Ms Ayling-Ellis is now backing a bill in Parliament presented by Labour MP Rosie Cooper to make British Sign Language (BSL) an official language in England.<br> Two signers appeared on big screens last weekend (pictured) as they took turns to translate the star’s 17-song setlist during her concerts at London ‘s Hyde Park as part of the British Summertime festival<br> The current ITV2 series of reality show Love Island features contestant Natasha Ghouri, who was unable to hear at birth and received a cochlear implant at the age of five.<br>Chloe Smith, Minister for Disabled People, said: ‘We know many deaf people can experience social isolation and face reduced access to work and education because of barriers in communicating their basic needs and aspirations. <br>’Legally recognising BSL will create a more inclusive and accessible society, improving the lives of deaf people and helping public services to get it right.'<br>