Adele models most glamorous look yet as she confirms new music video release date
Adele delighted fans on Saturday night by sharing a stunning dnap.
The mother-of-one, 33, can be seen channelling old Hollywood glamour as she models a satin red gown with sheer sleeves in the capture.
A necklace crafted out of dazzling diamonds cascade down the hitmaker's neck in the offering and she can also be seen with matching sparklers in her ears.
Adele oozes class in the photo with her hair styled down and wows with a face of glowing make-up including deep red lipstick on her pout and heavy false eyelashes.
Tottenham native Adele grasps a shiny red apple in the snap as she gazes upwards.
The Chasing Pavements singer confirmed the release of her new music video for song Oh My God alongside the beautiful offering.
Telling fans when they can expect to watch her new music video, Adele captioned the post: "Oh My God Video - January 12."
After the post went live, several of Adele's followers rushed to the comments to gush over the star.
One penned: "you look STUNNING!!"
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Others added: "ICONIC" and "What a queen."
More excited social media users added: "Yes queen I’m ready for it!!!" and "BEAUTY AS ALWAYS."
Adele has been throwing herself into exercising after she struggled with crippling anxiety following the end of her marriage to Simon Konecki.
The Brits School alumni - who is mother to son Angelo - has lost seven stone due to her lifestyle changes, and whilst some fans have hailed her new look, others have been upset at the star slimming down.
And in November, as Adele sat down with TV legend Oprah Winfrey for an interview, the musician said it is not her responsibility to "validate how people feel about their bodies."
After Oprah reflected on some of Adele's supporters sharing on being "upset" or "abandoned" when she unveiled her new shape, Easy On Me singer Adele explained how receiving criticism from fans made her feel.
Adele said: "I’m not shocked or even fazed by it because my body has been objectified my entire career. I’m either too big or too small; I’m either hot or I’m not."
she added: "I was body positive then and I’m body positive now. It’s not my job to validate how people feel about their bodies. I feel bad that it’s made anyone feel horrible about themselves – but that’s not my job. I’m trying to sort my own life out. I can’t add another worry."
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