Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, it will be a summer without muddy festivals and wreaths. But in the UK, the BBC went to great lengths to keep the music festival vibe alive by playing back some of the most memorable moments from Glastonbury’s previous lineups for fans to enjoy at home. As images of former headliners like Beyoncé and Adele gripped television screens, stunned viewers rushed to social media to celebrate. Among them: Adele herself.
The singer, who recently re-emerged on social media following her split from Simon Konecki in 2019, first started speaking when she posted a photo of her 2016 performance, an unsubtitled post that made her followers wonder if it was a it could be new songs. on my way.
The “Hello” star was quick to shut down the album’s speculation.
“Corona is not over. I’m quarantined, “he told a commenter wondering if the release was a preview for a new album, the first since 2015.” Wear a mask and be patient. ”
Hours later, more became apparent. Joking that she was “five ciders inside,” an apparently drunk Adele shared photos of her watching Glastonbury action from her own living room. In one fell swoop, the 32-year-old player channels the gaze of the summer festival crowd with a portable fan. In the second, she is her own biggest fan as she tunes in to her lead performance while wearing the same Chloé maxi dress she wore in 2016. (Definitely a move straight from J.Lo’s playbook.)
The tribute act for the famous down-to-earth star received great love from fans, and one commentator called her “the cutest”.
“That’s silly,” said music producer Mark Ronson.