Adele Looks Unrecognizable In a Throwback Photo Shared by Her Friend
One of Adele's friends recently posted a throwback photo of the singer who was dressed up as a late music legend. It was almost impossible to recognize Adele in the picture.
On May 5, Laura Dockrill posted a hysterical Instagram tribute to Adele in honor of her 33rd birthday. She shared a throwback picture of herself and the singer taken at a fancy dress party.
The British chart-topper transformed from her usual red carpet persona as she took on George Michael's look. Dockrill, on the other hand, portrayed the movie character Beetlejuice.
"Make sure you BFF with someone that also goes to fancy dress parties not dressed as a sexy cat. Fulfil the brief. Nail the assignment. (Flat shoes for life) I love you so much @adele happy birthday [sic]," Dockrill wrote.
Adele wore a white T-shirt with a black leather jacket, a homage to George Michael's "Faith" look from 1987. Besides Michael, the star has also done a good imitation of Dolly Parton and June Carter Cash.
For her 30th birthday celebration, she embraced her inner Kate Winslet and threw a Titanic-themed party. Meanwhile, Adele has kept a low profile while hard at work on her new music.
Adele works hard to keep her audience on their feet with powerful ballads.
Fans were enthused about Adele's weight loss achievements last year. The multi-awarded singer made headlines for her new figure after posting several new pictures on social media.
People may think Adele's always looked stunning, but there are some simple habits that she swears by these days to boost her self-esteem. The diet Adele followed led to her remarkable transformation.
Moreover, the singer has also shared several insights regarding her fitness secrets. Her former personal trainer Pete Geracimo provided an eye-opener into Adele's motivation for becoming fit.
When he and Adele began their journey together, Geracimo said they never aimed to get her super skinny. They always prioritized getting her healthy, especially after the birth of her child and following surgery.
Adele works hard to keep her audience on their feet with powerful ballads. Every single album she releases breaks records, and fans are awaiting her latest one, which is reportedly set to drop in September.
The popularity of Adele's music began when her original songs were uploaded to the now-defunct social-media site Myspace in 2006. There, she was noticed by XL Recordings, an independent UK record label.