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Adele stuns in unseen snap after 7st weight loss as she enjoys pint with pals in London


Adele, 32, put on a stunning display in an unseen snap taken in 2020, which showed her socialising with pals in London. The singer was pictured sitting on a curb in a quiet street in the city with friends, as she posed with a cigarette and a pint.

The photo emerged when her pal Laura Dockrill added it as part of her summary of the year on Instagram.

Laura captioned the snap: “Making our own fun.”

Adele, who has been living in both Los Angeles and London, got to know Laura from their time together at performing arts college, the Brit School.

It is not clear when the photo was taken, but Adele has reportedly moved back to London recently.

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“See, I was a musical guest back in 2008 when Sarah Palin came on with Ms Tina Fey. 

“So obviously a few million people tuned in to watch it and the rest is history. 

“Now, I don’t know anything about American politics. I’m British, you know? And I don’t want to say anything too political, so I’ll just say this: Sarah Palin, babes, thanks for everything, yeah?” she added.

Adele also confessed: “I’m nervous. You know what I’m like. I always get very nervous on live TV but tonight especially so because I swear a lot. Like a lot, a lot.

“Honestly I don’t notice I’m doing it anymore. But tonight, we’ve got a swear jar. Let’s check in on that. Let’s make sure that all goes to charity.”

Back in January during a holiday to Anguilla, Adele reportedly told a fan she had lost “something like 100 pounds”.

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Adele’s former trainer Camila Goodis told Extra’s Billy Bush: “I do believe she changed her lifestyle – she really changed her diet.

“There is no miracle exercise that can make you look like you lost a lot of weight.”





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