Adele shows her support for her home country of England from across the pond. After England’s loss in the Euro 2020 Football Championship to Italy yesterday, the “Rolling in the Deep” singer expressed her pride and congratulated her home team on their great effort during the tournament. Adele shared her supportive message on Instagram with a casual photo of herself sporting a bright red, oversized England team shirt by Nike paired with black leggings, red-and-white geometric acrylic nails, minimal makeup, and glowing skin. She wore her hair straight, flowing down her back, and accessorized with just simple silver hoop earings for the game day. In the caption, she wrote, “You did us so proud! You brought our game home and brought us all together.” After all, just bringing the game home to London’s Wembley Stadium was a victory of sorts. More than 60,000 spectators were able to attend (despite COVID-19 cases rising in the U.K.).
The “Hello” singer shared a video clip last week in which she jumped up and down in celebration after England defeated Denmark in the semifinals. “ITS BLOODY COMING HOME,” she captioned the post.
Other than Sunday’s photo, Adele hasn’t shared many pictures of herself on social media lately. In fact, she’s only shared new photos once since her “Saturday Night Live” appearance last October. She posted a trio of pics in May in honour of turning 33 or as she put it “Thirty Free.”
Adele has had a more low-key social media presence in recent months, as she’s reportedly finishing up her next studio album, set to be released this year.
In January, Adele’s close pal Alan Carr told RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K. judge Michelle Visage for Grazia UK that he had “heard some tracks on it” and that “it’s so amazing.”
The comedian recalled the conversation he had with his dear friend after listening to a few of her new songs. Carr shared, “I said to her, ‘That voice is like an old friend.'”
“Because there are some people in the charts who sound a bit like Adele and you go, ‘Oh, they sound Adele’ and then when you hear Adele’s voice again, you go, ‘Oh no, there’s only one. There’s only one Adele,” he continued.