The before and after is amazing!
Adele broke the internet with a May birthday Instagram post, revealing her incredible weight loss. Since then there has been no word, as the super-star has been under Coronavirus lockdown in her LA home, hiding from the public.
This weekend though, Adele took to Instagram to share her Glastonbury at home experience. As the festival has been cancelled this year, many sad fans are recreating the show, throwing parties and watching previous years' performances on Youtube.
The first of two pictures that Adele posted showed her in sweatpants and a white t-shirt, kneeling next to her TV, cooling herself with a hand-held fan.
In the second, the 32-year-old singer created a stunning before and after, as she watched her 2016 Glasto performance while wearing the very same dress. In both images, Adele has covered the pictures in her home with heart emojis.
She was clearly having a good time, captioning the photos "5 ciders in".
The post received incredible feedback, gathering over 4million likes in one day. Fans lost their minds over the pictures, singing Adele's praises in the comments:
"You are the cutest!! I want to drink with you haha," wrote one adoring fan. Another said: "Adele, you have inspired me to love myself and change my body and my life, you are so beautiful. I love you."
A third follower commented to say that they, too, were watching Adele's past Glastonbury performances: "Watched this tonight Adele, mostly in floods of tears because of how powerful and meaningful the lyrics and your voice is. Oh yes, I'd very much like your dress please too, it's amazing."
When another fan pressure the Someone Like You singer about her long-awaited up-coming album, asking "Albums coming out today???!!!!", she responded: "Of course it’s not. Corona ain’t over. I’m quarantining. Wear a mask and be patient."
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