Appearing in a floor-length floral dress in front of a black backdrop, the video showed several concurrent images of the singer at overlapping angles – a loom that resembled an effect in a hall of mirrors. But the mirrors were flattering as HELL.
I’m loving this look, but I also kinda think Adele’s lost so much weight she doesn’t look like my pal Adele anymore, which is sad. But hey, if she’s feeling healthy, more power to her.
Adele always looks like she has perfect creamy skin, but I guess when she got preggers her hormones went all crazy. A result? Facial hair, and lots of it. Yes, the singer admitted to having a beard the other day, one she grew during her pregnancy. And even better- Adele’s famous beard has a name. Larry. LARRY!
ADELE has revealed she has a BEARD, declaring: “I’m proud of it. I call it Larry.”
The Hello singer, 27, told thousands of stunned fans at a concert: “I only cut it last night. It’s true, honestly.”
Adele made the revelation as she spoke about her partner Simon Konecki’s facial hair and admired beards among members of her audience in Glasgow.She said: “There are a lot of good beards here. My man’s got a good beard and trims it sometimes in summer. It really annoys me — but I do have a beard myself. I understand when it gets hot.”
The star, who gave birth to son Angelo in 2012, blamed hormones from her pregnancy. She said: “When I got pregnant I had so much testosterone in me that I grew a beard. It’s not a joke. I actually do have a beard.”
Adele, pictured above how she might look unshaven, then had Friday’s crowd in stitches as she admitted she also has hairy legs.
She said: “If anyone gets a glimpse of my really hairy legs I’m really sorry but I’ve got a weekend off, so no need to shave my legs.”
While performing at London O2 arena (one of her UK tour stops) Adele paused in the middle of singing Someone Like You to say hello to her little boy, Angelo. It’s such a wonderful, heartfelt moment, and one she adorably gets caught up in.
So much so, that the 27-year-old had to let the crowd continue the chorus as she started sobbing and shouted out:
“I love you so much Peanut!”
She also addressed the crowd saying:
“This is the first show my baby boy has seen me do.”
HOW CUTE! Luckily for us Adelites, one fan recorded the moment on twitter, and you gotta check it out if you call yourself a fan!
She’s on the cover of Vogue and looking amazing. And her interview is just as real and spans LOTS of topics. Check out my fave highlights:
On wearing spanks: “I lost a bit of weight. Now I fit into normal, off-the-shelf clothes — which is really a big problem for me,” she continues. Adele adds that she still wears Spanx during performances — and putting them on is like “pumping a sausage bag full of meat!”
She describes her favorite song on her new album, “When We Were Young” as: “a bit of a letter to myself. It’s really about regrouping,” she explains, “because naturally me and my friends have dispersed. We all love each other still, but we don’t have time to be unconditional and 24/7. . . . My eyes were so cloudy for a year after I had my child, and I thought I would never regroup with myself, ever.”
On Bruno Mars: “I’ve always been a really big fan of Bruno,” says Adele, “but when we worked together he was beyond. He can do anything, literally singing the best vocals you’ve ever heard live in your life while he is playing a drum or a bass or doing some mad percussion riff. I think he definitely will be the biggest, biggest, biggest artist in the world.”
On learning how to cook: “Mum went to Italy for a few months just before 21 came out, so I was left to fend on my own,” she remembers. “I got really bored of takeaways, so I thought I would learn how to cook. I actually started from Jamie’s 30-Minute Meals.” She specializes in pan-global comfort food, “but right now it’s boring,” she says. “It’s just panfried sea bass and spinach!”
On her love of the Spice Girls: “People always think I joke about this,” she says, “but the Spice Girls blew up when I was seven. And seeing them coming from a humble background—there was hope in it. It was really a massive part of my life when the whole Girl Power thing happened.”