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Adele Flaunts Fit Figure As She Rocks Tight Gym Clothes




  • Singer-songwriter Adele has rapidly lost her weight, as evidenced by recent photos.
  • A recent viral picture shows her wearing tight-fitting workout clothes, leaving a gym in Los Angeles.
  • Fans are inspired by her massive weight loss and many are saying they are happy for the “Rolling In The Deep” star.

We all know her as the voice behind smash-hit singles ‘Hello,” “Rolling In The Deep,” and “Someone Like You.” And if a mere mention of her name still brings to mind a plus-sized lady, you’re already late to the news. Adele, who is 31 years old, definitely looks like a different person now!

Recently spotted leaving a Los Angeles gym, the popular singer-songwriter was photographed wearing black workout clothes. The image eventually went viral on social media and everyone agrees: she’s rocking the attire pretty well.

According to a fan, Adele said she has shed “around 100 pounds.”

The British star’s amazing weight loss journey has become a source of inspiration for many, both fans and non-fans alike.

Netizens have been commenting that Adele looks “happier and healthier” these days.

So how did she actually achieve her new figure? In an article by the New York Post, we read that the award-winning celebrity hired a personal trainer and strictly followed the sirtfood diet, a type of diet that uses berries, dark chocolate, kale, red wine, and soy.

Go check out this report by CBS New York:

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Over the years, Adele has received numerous awards in the entertainment industry. Case in point, she took home her first Grammy in 2009 where she was awarded Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the track “Chasing Pavements.” So far, the singer has 15 Grammy wins out of 18 nominations, according to the award-giving body’s official website.

She also has won an Academy Award (Best Original Song for “Skyfall” in 2013) and 5 American Music Awards (Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist for 2011 and 2012, etc), among others.

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