Adele's Transformation Is Seriously Turning Heads


Adele is an icon – It’s hard to argue with that. And while her musical stylings have grown over the years, so too has her personal life – and her image – evolved. Let’s take a look at Adele’s head-turning transformation.

For better or for worse, a divorce can change you – and Adele is no exception to this fact.

Though it seemed for a while that Adele’s heart was carefully safeguarded – after all, she was happily married to her husband, Simon Konecki – the marriage came to an end in April 2019, when Adele officially filed for divorce. According to People magazine, this came after five months of separation, putting an end to their seven-year relationship.

Adele’s representatives said in a statement:

“Adele and her partner have separated. They are committed to raising their son together lovingly. As always they ask for privacy.”

As for how Adele processed the severance, the only clue is a post on her Instagram page, with a sad picture of herself on the left and an empowered snap on the right. The caption? Quote, “When you catch yourself in your feelings then remember who you are.”

In other words: Boy, bye! Keep watching to see why Adele’s Transformation Is Seriously Turning Heads!


I wish nothing but the best for you | 0:15
When we were young | 1:28
“I used to cry but now…” | 2:26
I’ll be somebody different | 3:32

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  1. Societal norms are abnormal to invent the misnomer that it's good to be fat. If Adele bought into that, she would be fatter and "happier". The only pertinent conclusion is that she is more content to work diligently to obtain her freedom from being overweight. There is no shame in her accomplishment, only hope to have less of oneself for one's fulfillment. Good for her and any that escape the fat prison! Now, what remains is that we need to escape the CV-19 prison that world governing has created for us…Yes, to leave these confines requires “work out”.

  2. It's sad to see that people don't realize that we shouldn't encourage obesity. Not only has an impact on every part of the body, but mentally as well ( that's why you'll see many fat women angry), Neurological damages by obesity have been proven, one of them is that there is lower percentage of grey matter in the brain. Alongside with other neuropsychological symptoms (learning, memory, concentration deficit), problem in making right judgements, that's why there is also a link in school performance and obesity.

  3. I just hope she's gone off her 1000 calories a day diet. I was on 1200 for 10 months, went from being overweight to underweight with anorexia in that short time. Doctors warn of health risks associated with eating under 1200 calories daily.

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  5. Good on her for looking after herself. Makes you feel healthy in mind and body. Doesn't matter what I think anyway. Millions of people have different sizes and shapes. I don't look at everyone I walk past so why should I worry about people who sing or act.

  6. And the Fat Acceptance/Body Positive community is salty about this. Fatties are mad because a high profile fatty is now an ex fatty. SMH, as if she had some obligation to stay fat.

  7. OmG! I am so triggered that she lost weight! I mean, is she like indirectly saying that being fat, ugly and probably bitchy is a BAD thing? Shouldn’t we like celebrate our fat asses even though it’s one of the leading causes of death in our society and is a total burden on our healthcare systems? I’m hyper confusion! 😝

  8. My thoughts are that Adele is a diehard fan of Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" and specifically anamored with Margot Robbie's "Sharon Tate".. Adele is adopting the "Sharon Tate" style and look.

  9. Her body, her choice… quit making everything about yourselves, you egomaniacal sociopaths.

    It is not her job to stay fat for others comfort, and it is truly none of your business. 🙄

  10. The average woman in America will tell that she has been every size, but by the time a woman reaches puberty and has kids, that size usually lands on size 10 and up. Despite's Adele's weight loss, that isn't going to change. Adele's weight lost seems to have open the flood gates of attacks on the average woman who doesn't have a very public career and can't spend a fortune on a "personal trainer to the stars". Get over it. You want to talk about fat women, hiding behind a computer? I bet you cowards won't call your mothers, sisters, aunts, and grandmothers fat. Do it, and find out what happens. HAVE RESPECT FOR ALL WOMEN at any size and any stage in their lives, because you certainly won't always be a buff guy who's thin with a full head of hair. Who will love you men when you're no longer alpha males? A FAT WOMAN BY YOUR SIDE, that's who! And for you skinnier women who are fat shaming larger women in the comments, trust me, you are not perfect honey. Food may not be your thing to cope with sadness, loneliness, rejection, racism, or home drama, but I don't care who you are, EVERYONE has had something they've had to leave alone. It shouldn't take that long for yours to come to mind.

  11. I have loved Adele since the first time I heard her voice! Congrats to her on losing weight! She is beautiful inside and out no matter her size!


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