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It’s been a long time coming (try six years) – but it’s finally happened: Adele is back.
The 33-year-old is releasing her hotly-anticipated album 30 in the next coming weeks, and is now on the publicity campaign to promote her latest record.
Last week, she set tongues wagging with her tell-all interview with Vogue magazine, where she spoke about anxiety, divorce and life in LA.
And more recently, Adele thrilled fans when she offered to chat with them directly on Instagram Live.
You can watch a clip below.
The Hello singer invited her 40 million followers to ask her questions as she attempted to answer them the best she could.
While some of the questions were based her around her new music (“What’s my new album about? Divorce, babes, divorce,” came one of Adele’s responses), and others wondered whether Adele will be collaborating with some other superstar divas (“Am I got to collab with Peppa Pig? No!” Adele snapped), some people were asking more personal and ridiculous questions.
Frowning as she read through the list of questions she received, Adele read out one person’s query, which asked for her ‘body count’.
For those of you who aren’t in the know about the colloquial term, ‘body count’ used in casual parlance means ‘the amount of people you’ve slept with’.
Adele may not have been familiar with the term, but it didn’t stop her from looking seriously unimpressed.
“What’s my body count? What does that mean?” she said, before frowning at her phone.
Naturally, Adele fans were not impressed that someone was immature enough to ask such a boring question.
“Mannnnnnnn she know EXACTLY what that mean and I love her for playin it off!” one person responded.
A second said: “Leave her alone!” and a third chipped in: “Ignore them Adele, haters!”
Adele has very little time for gossip and discussion about her personal life. The notoriously private singer opened up in her Vogue interview about how irritated she was about the speculation she faced, after she lost over 100lbs in weight.
Explaining that she turned to exercise after she suffered with anxiety, Adele explained: “I couldn’t give a flying f**k.
“I did it for myself and not anyone else. So why would I ever share it? I don’t find it fascinating. It’s my body.”
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