Friday, February 26, 2021
Friday, February 26, 2021

Adele’s Nearly Unrecognizable Post-Quarantine Selfie Left Millions Shocked

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Adele took to Instagram Wednesday for the first time in nearly three months, thanking first responders and those on the coronavirus frontlines. But the singer appears to have lost an ample amount of weight, Your Content has learned.

Thank you for the birthday love,” Adele wrote. “I hope you’re all staying safe and sane during this crazy time.”

The post was the first since Christmas, according to reports.

In Wednesday’s Instagram post, Adele added that key workers “are truly our angels”, and signed off with: “2020 okay bye thanks x.”

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Adele also expressed her gratitude for the “first responders and essential workers who are keeping us safe while risking their lives” amid the global coronavirus pandemic.

“You are truly our angels,” the “Someone Like You” star continued. “2020 okay bye thanks.”

In addition, Adele posted a photo of herself standing behind a giant floral wreath. Her laptop was also opened and placed on a nearby pedestal.

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