Entertainment

Adele quips ‘most of my exes can’t do daily tasks’ after cheeky question from pal Alan Carr


Singing sensation Adele appeared on our screens this evening with her much-awaited Audience With Adele, in celebration of the release of her new album, 30, that fans have branded as her best yet.

Adele invited the audience to ask her questions, and amongst the celebrities standing up to ask was her close pal Alan Carr.

Renowned for writing songs about her ex-boyfriends, Alan couldn’t help but ask the 33 year old if one of her exes wrote a song about her, what would it be called, and why?

Adele playfully replied saying: “Probably be called ‘no-one like you’ I imagine.”



Emma Thompson 'living her best life' as she dances at Adele's An Audience With
Adele invited the audience to ask questions, including pal Alan Carr

Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!’s daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page.

She then continued to quip that her exes “can’t do daily tasks,” adding: “And, erm… also, I can’t imagine any of them would really be able to do it, because most of them couldn’t even do a normal daily task… most of them, not all of them! So yeah, I don’t think they could get away with it.”

Adele’s exes include ex-husband Simon Konecki, ‘Mr 19’, and Alex Sturrock, the man behind her album 21, who Adele has called “the love of my life.”

The star is currently Rich Paul, with Adele confirming their romance recently by stating: “We’re very happy”.



Adele and Simon Konecki married in 2018, but divorced a year later
Adele and Simon Konecki married in 2018, but divorced a year later

Adele’s Audience With concert saw many A-list stars in attendance, and many iconic moments arise as a result.

One moment brought tears to the eyes of the audience and to Adele as the beautiful star was surprised by her old school teacher.

When asked by Dame Emma Thompson who had inspired her when she was young, the name of her teacher immediately came to her lips.

The singer spoke warmly and movingly about her teacher who had taught her at Chestnut Grove School in Balham, South London.

Adele said: “She left in year eight but she got me really into literature, I’ve always been obsessed with English and obviously now I write lyrics.

“But she also did street dance, I was too scared to go in, but like in the canteen they used to do these dances and stuff like that.

“She was so bloody cool, so engaging, and she really made us care, and we knew that she cared about us and stuff like that.



Adele was joined by her former teacher on stage
Adele was joined by her former teacher on stage

“She used to have all these gold bracelets and gold rings. She was bloody cool and so relatable and likeable, that I really looked forward to my English lessons.”

Ms McDonald was then invited on stage, much to the surprise of Adele who instantly broke down in tears.

Adele and Ms McDonald embraced as she got up on stage, and Adele asked if she was still teaching.

“Im so proud of you. I’m not teaching anymore, I’m just looking after my family,” she told the singer.



Adele was in floods of tears
Adele was in floods of tears

While Adele got her makeup touched up after her teacher surprised her on stage, her close pal Alan Carr attempted to fill in, much to the delight of the crowd.

The comedian attempted to belt out Make You Feel My Love, and ended by playfully asking the crowd if there were any teachers there to see him too.

As Adele’s teacher headed off stage, many of the stars in the audience were seen with tears in their eyes.

For all your Adele updates and lifestyle news, sign up to OK!’s daily newsletter here





Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *