- Adele has largely stayed out of the public eye since her last album cycle for “25,” but videos of her performing her 2010 hit “Rolling in the Deep” at a friend’s wedding is going viral.
- The singer was filmed from multiple angles singing onstage in a long-sleeved white shirt and floral skirt.
- There’s also an audio clip circulating that sounds like Adele saying “expect my album in September.”
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Adele made a rare, albeit private, appearance at a friend’s wedding party to perform “Rolling in the Deep.”
Multiple wedding guests took videos of the 31-year-old singer singing the 2010 hit from her Grammy award-winning album “21.” Adele, who tends to stay out of the public eye in between album cycles, has only been photographed occasionally since releasing “25” in 2015 and subsequent tours.
Adele singing “Rolling in the Deep” at Laura Dockrill’s wedding party today. pic.twitter.com/CHEGqIs22i
— Adele Daily (@adeledailynet) February 15, 2020
In the video, Adele can be seen with a long wavy ponytail, wearing a long-sleeved white shirt and a high-waisted floral skirt. Multiple angles were shot from around the reception party.
Adele at Laura Dockrill wedding pic.twitter.com/8PNfr0GYgY
— Adele Photo Art (@AdelePhotoArt) February 16, 2020
There are also a few clips of other moments from Adele’s time on stage. In the videos, there’s quite a crowd assembled at the venue, and she sings songs like Candi Staton’s “Young Hearts Run Free” and Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love.”
The person recording pans to show the live band playing alongside her vocals and people dancing and singing along in the crowd.
ADELE NOT ONLY SERVING LOOKS BUT ALSO VOCALS IN 2020 pic.twitter.com/YzwAaBw3am
— fran (@hypnoticpaulson) February 16, 2020
Audio is also circulating that purports to have been recorded at the wedding. It sounds like Adele saying “expect my album in September” over the microphone, and the crowd cheers in response.
Two representatives for Adele didn’t immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment on the album’s release date and whether the audio is real.