Adele Does A Perfect Impression Of How You Look Listening To Her Music.

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Adele posted this shot of her readying for tour at the gym and I wondered why that expression looks so familiar?

Then it hit me…

That’s exactly how we probably look while listening/sobbing uncontrollably to her beautiful music.

Adele Impersonates Adele, Consequently Freaks Out Other Adele Impersonators.

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You’d think that Adele only enjoys torturing feels in her spare time but you’d be wrong.

She showed off her mischievous side in a prank orchestrated by BBC host, Graham Norton, by throwing on a fake nose/chin and punking a group of Adele impersonators.

“Jenny” snarks on Adele, gets sick, and misses her cue but once she starts singing…the girls are twigged! my weak attempt at UK slang

Here’s the thing, if Adele isn’t making you cry from sadness, she’s making you cry from happiness.



Take Your Adele Tears Next Level With The Sign Language Version Of “Hello”.

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There are tears and then there are “Adele tears”…which is like the difference between boogie-boarding and surfing Mavericks.

Now let’s see how hardcore you are with this stunning ASL translation by Molly Lou Bartholomew…which can only be compared to


Now ask yourself, do you feel lucky?

Adele’s new album, 25, will hit Nov 20th. Until then it’s time to train your tears…so click here and toughen up.

Cautiously Optimistic That Adele’s New Record Might Not Induce Open-Mouth Crying.

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It’s like we’ve been living on cotton candy and someone finally gave us a Wagyu steak!

Adele is back and she will release “25” on November 20th.

As you may know, Adele has named her albums after the age she was when she wrote them. There was “19”, then “21” and now, “25.”

Which is so hard to believe. I was never that mature or classy at 25.

She’s like the Meryl Streep of Music…

Adele wrote an open letter to fans about the album and how 25 was a turning point in her life.

“My last record was a break-up record and if I had to label this one I would call it a make-up record, I’m making up with myself. Making up for lost time. Making up for everything I ever did and never did.”

You can read more here.

My advice is to brace yourself. She can say its a make up record but her voice always seem to have a perfect tinge of heartache and considering her track record, I have a feeling a few of us might spend this winter like this.


Stay strong Adele fans. I’m right there with you. Click here and add it to your “Tears” Playlist.