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Drunk Adele was left sobbing after overindulging in drinks at a gay bar on Thursday night, where she took her shirt off, danced on a pole onstage in front of other dancers, fell over and addressed the BRIT Award controversy.

Drunk Adele was left sobbing after overindulging in drinks at a gay bar on Thursday night, where she took her shirt off, danced on a pole onstage in front of other dancers, fell over and addressed the BRIT Award controversy.

The I Drink Wine singer, 33, was watching an event at Heaven in London from a VIP box after turning up at the back door of the club just after midnight to party with a large group of friends, to the surprise of management. The worse for wear singer, who said she had given up drinking in October 2021, was seen in tears as fans cheered for her, leaning down from her VIP area to ask a group of revelers on the dance floor 'How does everyone know it's me?'

The I Drink Wine singer, 33, was watching an event at Heaven in London from a VIP box after turning up at the back door of the club just after midnight to party with a large group of friends, to the surprise of management. The worse for wear singer, who said she had given up drinking in October 2021, was seen in tears as fans cheered for her, leaning down from her VIP area to ask a group of revelers on the dance floor ‘How does everyone know it’s me?’ 

Hours earlier, the star had put on a very civilized performance in a pre-recording for The Graham Norton Show, where she revealed that she wants to have a baby with her boyfriend, Rich Paul, and continued to fuel rumors that the couple are engaged.

Hours earlier, the star had put on a very civilized performance in a pre-recording for The Graham Norton Show, where she revealed that she wants to have a baby with her boyfriend, Rich Paul, and continued to fuel rumors that the couple are engaged. 

During her boozy night out, the superstar decided to get involved with the action, dashing down from her VIP box to storm the stage where she performed a dance as dancers looked on in shock. Adele, who is back home in London following her triple win at Tuesday's BRIT Awards, was filmed by clubgoers as she danced in a $4,450 (£3280) Fendi suit with her pals and sang along to It's Raining Men.

During her boozy night out, the superstar decided to get involved with the action, dashing down from her VIP box to storm the stage where she performed a dance as dancers looked on in shock. Adele, who is back home in London following her triple win at Tuesday’s BRIT Awards, was filmed by clubgoers as she danced in a $4,450 (£3280) Fendi suit with her pals and sang along to It’s Raining Men.

Pals: RuPaul's Drag Race UK star Cheryl Hole was hosting the event and shared snaps with Adele on Instagram in the early hours of Friday.

Pals: RuPaul’s Drag Race UK star Cheryl Hole was hosting the event and shared snaps with Adele on Instagram in the early hours of Friday.

A video shared by a fan shows Adele asking to have 'the final say so' in a strip contest as Cheryl tells her 'you can have the final say, you're... Adele and I'm little old Cheryl.' The singer eventually picks a winner after stumbling around the stage, addressing the BRIT Awards controversy from two days previous as she gave an expletive-filled speech to the shocked competitors.

A video shared by a fan shows Adele asking to have ‘the final say so’ in a strip contest as Cheryl tells her ‘you can have the final say, you’re… Adele and I’m little old Cheryl.’ The singer eventually picks a winner after stumbling around the stage, addressing the BRIT Awards controversy from two days previous as she gave an expletive-filled speech to the shocked competitors.

Adele snapped photos with the owner of the club, Jeremy Joseph, and his dog. Joseph told MailOnline that he had no idea the star and her entourage were going to show up at the club night: 'She arrived about 12:30am and the show started at 1am and it went on until 2:15am in the end, she stayed until just a bit after the show and then she went,' he said. 'When I got the message saying she was coming I told the queens "you need to get ready now" and they’re like "why?" and I said, "Adele is going to be here, and you need to look your best".'

Adele snapped photos with the owner of the club, Jeremy Joseph, and his dog. Joseph told MailOnline that he had no idea the star and her entourage were going to show up at the club night: ‘She arrived about 12:30am and the show started at 1am and it went on until 2:15am in the end, she stayed until just a bit after the show and then she went,’ he said. ‘When I got the message saying she was coming I told the queens “you need to get ready now” and they’re like “why?” and I said, “Adele is going to be here, and you need to look your best”.’

'Idol': Adele posed alongside drag queen Alfie Ordinary in another photo shared to Instagram. Alfie captioned the picture: 'Two British icons. Our lord saviour @adele came to @heaven.nightclub tonight and what an honour.'

‘Idol’: Adele posed alongside drag queen Alfie Ordinary in another photo shared to Instagram. Alfie captioned the picture: ‘Two British icons. Our lord saviour @adele came to @heaven.nightclub tonight and what an honour.’

It was just five months ago that Adele revealed she had given up alcohol in a bid to protect her powerful voice. During an October Instagram Live, the star said she'd had to give up her favorite tipple, an Aperol spritz, because she was 'gearing up' for her return to music. The star also told US Vogue last year that she suffered from 'hanxiety' after drinking more than usual during lockdown. Pictured: Queen Son Of A Tutu also shared a fun snap with the global superstar.

It was just five months ago that Adele revealed she had given up alcohol in a bid to protect her powerful voice. During an October Instagram Live, the star said she’d had to give up her favorite tipple, an Aperol spritz, because she was ‘gearing up’ for her return to music. The star also told US Vogue last year that she suffered from ‘hanxiety’ after drinking more than usual during lockdown. Pictured: Queen Son Of A Tutu also shared a fun snap with the global superstar.

Low-key: As the mother-of-one appeared on the show, her ex-husband Simon Konecki was pictured for the first time since their divorce.

Low-key: As the mother-of-one appeared on the show, her ex-husband Simon Konecki was pictured for the first time since their divorce.

The British charity entrepreneur, who tends to keep out of the spotlight, was spotted out and about in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

The British charity entrepreneur, who tends to keep out of the spotlight, was spotted out and about in Los Angeles on Wednesday. 

Former flame: Adele and Simon were married from 2018 to 2021, and their divorce was finalized in March 2021. Here, the couple is pictured together in 2013.

Former flame: Adele and Simon were married from 2018 to 2021, and their divorce was finalized in March 2021. Here, the couple is pictured together in 2013.

Adele made her opinions known at the 'woke' BRIT Awards ceremony earlier this week, as she hit back and insisted she 'loves being a female artist', after bosses bowed to calls to rid the awards of gendered categories.

Adele made her opinions known at the ‘woke’ BRIT Awards ceremony earlier this week, as she hit back and insisted she ‘loves being a female artist’, after bosses bowed to calls to rid the awards of gendered categories.

Adele beat hotly tipped contender Ed Sheeran in the Artist Of The Year category – which now includes all artists regardless of gender – after they both released long-awaited albums around the same time last year. During her acceptance speech, Adele told the audience: 'I understand why the name of this award has changed, but I really love being a woman and being a female artist,' as she referenced the changes the awards board had made to the ceremony.

Adele beat hotly tipped contender Ed Sheeran in the Artist Of The Year category – which now includes all artists regardless of gender – after they both released long-awaited albums around the same time last year. During her acceptance speech, Adele told the audience: ‘I understand why the name of this award has changed, but I really love being a woman and being a female artist,’ as she referenced the changes the awards board had made to the ceremony.

The BRIT Awards sparked controversy last year when they announced they would be ditching the traditional male and female categories and switching to gender-neutral gongs for the first time in its history, causing naysayers to brand the event 'woke'. Organizers divided opinion and some were left outraged by the decision, which came after calls led by non-binary singer Sam Smith. Bosses claimed the move was in a bid 'to be as inclusive and as relevant as possible' and allowed people to enter who do not identify as a man or woman. But fans at the time blasted the change as 'woke drivel', with many calling for a boycott.

The BRIT Awards sparked controversy last year when they announced they would be ditching the traditional male and female categories and switching to gender-neutral gongs for the first time in its history, causing naysayers to brand the event ‘woke’. Organizers divided opinion and some were left outraged by the decision, which came after calls led by non-binary singer Sam Smith. Bosses claimed the move was in a bid ‘to be as inclusive and as relevant as possible’ and allowed people to enter who do not identify as a man or woman. But fans at the time blasted the change as ‘woke drivel’, with many calling for a boycott.

During her speech for her third award, for Best Album, Adele became emotional as she dedicated the gong to Angelo and Simon. She said: 'Thank you, again the company I'm in really is phenomenal. Thanks to everyone I work with. But I want to dedicate this to my son. And his dad. Because it's about them. I'm really proud of myself for sticking to my guns and putting out something so personal. It's not something people do anymore.' She continued: 'My son has been so gracious and patient with me over recent years. So it's for him.' Also thanking her producer, she said: 'Someone who was integral to this album is producer of the year Inflo. He also works with Little Simz. He helped me so much.'

During her speech for her third award, for Best Album, Adele became emotional as she dedicated the gong to Angelo and Simon. She said: ‘Thank you, again the company I’m in really is phenomenal. Thanks to everyone I work with. But I want to dedicate this to my son. And his dad. Because it’s about them. I’m really proud of myself for sticking to my guns and putting out something so personal. It’s not something people do anymore.’ She continued: ‘My son has been so gracious and patient with me over recent years. So it’s for him.’ Also thanking her producer, she said: ‘Someone who was integral to this album is producer of the year Inflo. He also works with Little Simz. He helped me so much.’

Candid: Hours before her wild night out Adele recorded her episode of The Graham Norton Show, set to air on Friday, where she will be seen speaking out on the controversy surrounding her cancelled Las Vegas shows as well as her plans for more children. Appearing on this week's episode of the BBC One series Adele addresses her canceled Vegas dates for the first time, admitting her 'regret' at the last minute announcement, explaining it wasn't ready.

Candid: Hours before her wild night out Adele recorded her episode of The Graham Norton Show, set to air on Friday, where she will be seen speaking out on the controversy surrounding her cancelled Las Vegas shows as well as her plans for more children. Appearing on this week’s episode of the BBC One series Adele addresses her canceled Vegas dates for the first time, admitting her ‘regret’ at the last minute announcement, explaining it wasn’t ready. 

She also promises the shows will happen in 2022 as she plans to have a baby next year with her sports agent boyfriend Rich Paul. Flashing the diamond ring, which sparked engagement rumors with Rich when she wore it at this week's BRIT Awards, Adele remained coy when Graham asked if it meant she is engaged, saying, 'If I was would I ever tell anyone if I was or wasn't?' Adele mentioned her boyfriend again when Graham asked the singer what happened in Las Vegas.

She also promises the shows will happen in 2022 as she plans to have a baby next year with her sports agent boyfriend Rich Paul. Flashing the diamond ring, which sparked engagement rumors with Rich when she wore it at this week’s BRIT Awards, Adele remained coy when Graham asked if it meant she is engaged, saying, ‘If I was would I ever tell anyone if I was or wasn’t?’ Adele mentioned her boyfriend again when Graham asked the singer what happened in Las Vegas.

Last month, the star tearfully told fans she could not go ahead with the residency less than a day before her scheduled debut show at Caesars Palace. 'I tried my hardest and really thought I would be able to pull something together in time,' Adele explains. 'I regret that I kept going until that late in the day.' She continued: 'People will see straight through me up on the stage and know I didn't want to be doing it. I've never done anything like that in my life and I'm not going to start now.'

Last month, the star tearfully told fans she could not go ahead with the residency less than a day before her scheduled debut show at Caesars Palace. ‘I tried my hardest and really thought I would be able to pull something together in time,’ Adele explains. ‘I regret that I kept going until that late in the day.’ She continued: ‘People will see straight through me up on the stage and know I didn’t want to be doing it. I’ve never done anything like that in my life and I’m not going to start now.’

Adele continued: 'The sooner I can announce the better, but I just can't in case we are not ready in time.' She added: 'It is absolutely 100% happening this year. It has to happen this year because I've got plans for next year. Imagine if I have to cancel because I am having a baby!'

Adele continued: ‘The sooner I can announce the better, but I just can’t in case we are not ready in time.’ She added: ‘It is absolutely 100% happening this year. It has to happen this year because I’ve got plans for next year. Imagine if I have to cancel because I am having a baby!’

Asked if she will vanish again after Vegas, and if so, for how long, she said, 'I definitely will but I am trying to make a conscious effort to stop being so... [protective] with my privacy. I'm trying not to be two completely different versions of myself. It is exhausting switching on and off. I will be disappearing in terms of my music, but you might see a glimpse of me now and then and I won't be in complete hiding.'

Asked if she will vanish again after Vegas, and if so, for how long, she said, ‘I definitely will but I am trying to make a conscious effort to stop being so… [protective] with my privacy. I’m trying not to be two completely different versions of myself. It is exhausting switching on and off. I will be disappearing in terms of my music, but you might see a glimpse of me now and then and I won’t be in complete hiding.’

She again hinted at family plans, saying: 'It takes me a while to recharge, and I would like to have more children – I only just feel like I've caught up with my sleep from nine years ago when I had my son.' Pictured: Adele with her boyfriend, Rich Paul, on July 17, 2021.

She again hinted at family plans, saying: ‘It takes me a while to recharge, and I would like to have more children – I only just feel like I’ve caught up with my sleep from nine years ago when I had my son.’ Pictured: Adele with her boyfriend, Rich Paul, on July 17, 2021. 

Graham also asked the star about her BRIT Awards success on Tuesday night, where she took home three gongs. Speaking about the moment she won Album of the Year on Graham Norton, the star said: 'I am very happy, really chuffed. In my speech I wanted to acknowledge other people and my son who is old enough now.' She continued: 'I don't share too much of him, but they are my little soulmates – Angelo and Simon. Our family is separated but we're nailing it and doing a really, really good job.'

Graham also asked the star about her BRIT Awards success on Tuesday night, where she took home three gongs. Speaking about the moment she won Album of the Year on Graham Norton, the star said: ‘I am very happy, really chuffed. In my speech I wanted to acknowledge other people and my son who is old enough now.’ She continued: ‘I don’t share too much of him, but they are my little soulmates – Angelo and Simon. Our family is separated but we’re nailing it and doing a really, really good job.’

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