Adele‘s bodyguard nearly broke Twitter.com over the weekend. Adele’s female and male fans alike are salivating over the former Mr. Europe.

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Adele

Listen to a snippet of new music by British chanteuse Adele titled “When We Were Young,” off her upcoming album, 25, in stores Friday, Nov. 20.

Adele, who is in New York promoting her album, recorded the song with singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr., whom she described as her favorite collaborator. The song has a 70s vibe to it that Adele says she loves.

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British chanteuse Adele covers American music magazine, Rolling Stone. The 27-year-old Londoner appears fresh-faced and makeup-free on the cover. No American female singer on the planet would be this brave to appear on the cover of a national American magazine with not a stitch of makeup on. What does her bravery say about narcissistic American celebrities?

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Adele and Jay Z

Rap mogul Jay Z was dressed to impress at a luncheon to honor Rob Stringer as UJA-Federation Music Visionary of 2013 at The Pierre Hotel in NY on Friday, June 21. Jigga is pictured above with British singer Adele. Also attending the star-studded affair were pop singers John Mayer, John Legend and Neil Diamond, and industry execs Doug Morris, Clive Davis and LA Reid.
Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images

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Adele Covers ELLE

British chanteuse Adele graces one of the three celebrity covers of ELLE’s magazine’s prestigious Women In Music. Alicia Keys and Rita Ora are featured on the other 2 covers. Inside, Adele’s contemporaries Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Lea Michele, John Mayer and legend Barbra Streisand comment on Adele’s “meteoric rise to fame.” ELLE’s Women in Music issue hits newsstands on April 23. Source

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  • Joan Rivers Adele

    Joan Rivers is a great comedian but sometimes her jokes miss the mark.

    The 79-year-old mother-of-one is catching heat for making nasty fat jokes about respected British singer Adele during a guest appearance on Tuesday night’s Late Show with David Letterman.

    Referring to Adele’s song “Rolling in the Deep”, Rivers said the new mom should change the lyrics to her hit song to “rolling in the deep fried chicken.”

    UPDATE: Rivers apologizes in a statement to Entertainment Tonight — but only for the offensive remark she made about the Holocaust.

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