"The Talk" co-host says she "wasn't happy when she was "really, really big" while commenting on Adele's weight loss.
"She lost considerable weight and people took notice...the attention it generated was mind-blowing."
The 'Skyfall' singer thanked essential workers as she celebrated her 32nd birthday in lockdown, looking stunning in a black mini-dress.
"We must ask ourselves: How do we feel about her weight? What do these feelings say about my weight?"
While some celebrity splits end up being very public affairs, other stars manage to keep their break-ups lowkey without any major fallout.Sometimes there’s trouble in paradise that just can’t be resolved and it’s necessary to put an end to things, as the celebrities on this list of who called it a day in 2019 know all too well.
Fans are divided over the British singer's tribute to the 1997 film, which saw party guests sporting life jackets and wearing fake icicles in their eyelashes.
When Adele kicked off the Australia leg of her world tour last night, she debuted something exciting. The Grammy award-winning singer took the stage in Perth for her first concert of 2017 in a stunning new dress from designer Zuhair Murad‘s 2015 haute couture collection. The off-the-shoulder silhouette is unique for Adele, who has famously shunned the pop-star tradition of changing outfits multiple times during performances in favor of wearing one dress, and one dress only, during her tour.
After six successful years — both commercially and critically — Clare Waight Keller announced her departure from Chloé on Monday.“After six extraordinary years at Chloé, I would like to thank Geoffroy and all my colleagues for their enormous efforts over the past years,” Waight Keller said in a statement. “Working for this maison has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career. Chloé is a brand with values close to my heart and I have truly enjoyed working with some of the best talents in the industry. I feel privileged to have worked for a maison with such a heritage and I am very proud of all that has been achieved.”The epitome of French girl cool and the laissez-faire attitude that comes with it, the Chloé girl has always been our style crush.Waight Keller’s Chloé girl managed to capture back some of the acclaim of Phoebe Philo’s Chloé golden era — especially when the brand’s Faye and the Drew bags became the “it” bags of the past few seasons. Fans of the brand — including singer Adele, Blake Lively, Olivia Palermo, and Chrissy Teigen — have made the Chloé aesthetic their own, whether it’s for an ultrafeminine look or one with a touch of rock ‘n’ roll.Here, we look back at Waight Keller’s tenure at Chloé and toast her next move. After all, she will now join the impressive list of Chloé alumni — Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney and of course, Phoebe Philo —who have gone one to bigger and better things.Follow Yahoo Style on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest, for nonstop inspiration, delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Follow Yahoo Style on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
When Zayn Malik pulled out of a longstanding appearance at the Summertime Ball, people assumed it was because he didn’t fancy performing at the same event as his ex, Little Mix’s, Perrie Edwards. Zayn isn’t the only high profile celebrity to discuss his ongoing battle with anxiety.
Adele just took home the award for most relatable celeb. While most of us couldn’t even fathom having her incredible vocals, we can definitely commiserate with the star in a totally different way: her detest for the gym.
At a moment when it is standard, if not expected, that pop stars will change outfits half a dozen times during live performances, Adele is turning the status quo on its head. Rather than go through the gamut of wardrobe changes, the British icon’s world tour (whose U.S. leg starts July 5) has been defined by a single pair of flats and just one sparkling, Christopher Bailey-designed Burberry gown — one that quite a lot of work went into.
Jamie Oliver’s latest food revolution is ganging up on new moms, according to Adele. Last week, the chef announced that in light of his wife Jools Oliver expecting the couple’s fifth child, he would be turning his attention to another family-friendly campaign: breastfeeding. “I think the most upsetting thing for me at the moment is breastfeeding. We have the worst breastfeeding in the world,” he said during an interview with LBC Radio. ALSO SEE: Now Jamie Oliver Wants To Promote Breastfeeding “We need to support the women of Britain to breastfeed more, anywhere they want to.” He then went on to give a series of statistics as to why “breast is best,” claiming, “it’s easy, it’s more convenient, it’s more nutritious, it’s better, it’s free.” While some women applauded the support, a number of moms took offense – including Adele. “It’s f–king ridiculous, and all those people who put pressure on us, you can go f–k yourselves, alright?” Adele said during a concert in London.
One of the things that we love the most about Adele is that she says it how it is and isn’t afraid to tell her millions of fans across the globe the hard, gritty truth about life. Speaking to the crowd, Adele reportedly quipped: “When I got pregnant I had so much testosterone in me that I grew a beard. Growing the facial fuzz has had some benefits though, with the 27-year-old adding that she can now relate to her partner Simon Konecki, continuing: “My man’s got a good beard.
Adele is so hot right now that she’s basically like an eternal flame with hungry moths salivating around her. Undoubtedly, Adele’s loved — so how did this article become embroiled in controversy? @Adele!” While cute, many were quick to point out the irony. “12, 14, 16, 18, make some clothes real people fit in,” Ben Swattermain replied.
When Topshop posted a seemingly innocuous tweet celebrating their love for Adele, they didn’t expect it to almost break the Internet. @Adele!” was a link to their blog post titled ‘Six reasons why we are Adele’s biggest fans’ which was a props to the British singer for just generally being amaze. “If Adele is Topshop’s no.1 right now then maybe they should start making clothing in her size,” one angry user wrote.