Appearing on the show, the vocal “Hello” surprised the MC and fans with her slimmer and sexy body.
On October 23, Daily Mail reported that singer Adele appeared on the famous American show Saturday Night Live (SNL). In the teaser, singer Rolling in the Deep and HER singer wearing a mask in the middle of the epidemic season, chatting happily with MC Kate McKinnon.
Many people are looking forward to the return of the British singer. The audience speculated her ability to perform and sing live in SNL. If so, this is the first show after 3 years Adele takes a break for health.
Adele’s last live performance was at the end of 2017. She withdrew from two shows at Wembley Stadium, London after claiming a vocal cord injury, ending her tour early.
In the introduction video of the SNL program, Adele continued to surprise fans with her slimmer body. 32-year-old singer bold makeup, emphasizing the eyes. In a purple velvet shirt, the audience easily noticed her slim waist.
Since the summer of 2019, Adele has begun to show off her weight loss achievements. Under the comments of the Daily Mail, readers said that this female singer constantly surprised them with the slim moments, different from the old days.
“Adele is getting more and more sexy, her makeup is so beautiful,” one wrote. “Adele was lovely in the past, now surprisingly sexy”, another account commented.
In 2009, Adele appeared on NBC waves with a chubby appearance. After 12 years, she transformed into a mature woman, a sexy and slim one-child mother. Fans are looking forward to Adele’s epic comeback.
Compared to 2019, the female singer lost more than 45 kg. To get in shape as the present, singer Skyfall applies the Sirtfood Diet method, eating less than 1,000 calories / day.
In mid-August, when asked by fans about the release of a new album, Adele shared that there is no specific plan.
Earlier, in early January, it was reported that the singer’s 4th studio album was released in September. However, Jonathan Dickins – Adele’s manager – said that the album was delayed due to the Covid-19 epidemic.