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Adele dismissed rumors that she and sports agent Rich Paul were back on the market.

Adele shared photos of herself with boyfriend Rich Paul posing outside their new mansion.

Adele, 34, confirmed she and Rich, 40, moved into a $58 million mansion together outside the mega mansion formerly owned by Sylvester Stallone.

Adele posted a photo gallery of herself with Rich on Instagram. She responded to break up rumors after the sports agent apparently missed her birthday to party with his client LeBron James and others last week.

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Adele's fans say Rich Paul's body language proves he's not that into her.

In January there were reports that Adele was interested in purchasing the 18,587 sq. ft. mansion. Stallone reportedly had difficulty unloading the 8-bedroom, 12 bathroom manse that he bought in the '90s.

In May 2021, Stallone slashed the price from $110 million to $85 million but there were no takers. Stallone chopped the price again to $58 million and Adele purchased the house in January.

Check out pictures of the home's interior here.
 
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There's a reason why Adele is the queen of breakup songs - she can't keep a man no matter how hard she tries.

Sources tell Page Six that the British pop star didn't cancel her Las Vegas residency because her crew tested positive for COVID.

They say Adele couldn't get through rehearsals because she was arguing on the phone with her cheating boyfriend, sports agent Rich Paul.

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Sources say Paul (right) spends most of his time with his boys or with rumored ladies of the night.

Adele was "shouting and sobbing" on the phone to Paul, her boyfriend of six months, during rehearsals, a source told Page Six.

"Adele's been crying and couldn't get through a single full rehearsal for the past month," said a source linked to the management team at Caesars Palace in Vegas.

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Adele was reportedly set to make over $1 million per show, earning her more money than any act in Vegas history.

But problems arose early on, as Adele expected Paul to show up for rehearsals and he didn't.

"She has barely rehearsed because she is constantly in the middle of an emotional shootout," the source told Page Six.

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Scott Roeben, a Las Vegas-based journalist for Casino.org, told Page Six that Vegas insiders are now worried that Adele will permanently cancel the concerts -- like she's done over in England.

"There are rumblings that there are stresses related to Adele's relationship. I'm told that these stresses caused her to be in a place where she was just not confident moving forward," he said. "You can't focus if you're not where you need to be in your head."

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LeBron James' agent Rich Paul (2nd from left) says the NBA All-Star will not be traded after the Los Angeles Lakers' third straight loss on Tuesday.

Rumors swirled that the Lakers front office is considering blockbuster trades for LeBron and guard Russell Westbrook.

Shams Charania of The Athletic said on The Pat McAfee Show he spoke with LeBron James' sports agent, Rich Paul, who said the 4-time MVP is not being traded.

"I heard directly from Rich Paul that LeBron James isn't leaving the Lakers," he said. "This team just doesn't look [like] it has the young legs that they need to have and they have been very active in the trade market."

LeBron, who turns 37 on December 30, has not commented on the trade rumors on social media.

After winning the NBA title in 2020, the Lakers have a dismal record at .500 (16-16) with the oldest roster in the league.

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On December 17, the Lakers signed 2x NBA All-Star Isaiah Thomas to a 10-day contract. The former Laker scored 42 points in an impressive debut with the Grand Rapids Gold of the NBA G League on December 15.

After depositing his first paycheck, Isaiah, 32, scored just 3 points with 3 assists and 1 rebound in a 108-90 loss to the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday.

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After teasing fans with a snippet of her first single in six years, Adele dropped the full song and music video late Thursday.

The 33-year-old British singer released the lead single off her fourth studio album entitled 30, which drops next month.

Fans are eager to see her perform, however Adele is wary of hitting the road to tour during the pandemic, WENN.com reports.

She warned fans they may have to wait longer to see her live in concert while the Covid lockdowns continue around the world.

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She tells The Hits Radio Breakfast Show with Fleur East:

"I'd love to do a big proper tour again. I wouldn't do it quite as long as I did it last time, it was something like 130 odd shows in less than 18 months but, I would love to do that.

"But all the Covid rules are so different everywhere, and sort of like the rates of infection, the rates of vaccine whatever, it's just, it makes me nervous trying to plan a world tour globally when it feels like no-one's really on the same page."

Adele added: "The last thing I would ever want to do is cancel any shows again."

While details of the Rolling In The Deep singer's album are being kept under wraps, she's been vocal about her personal struggles.

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After a tumultuous marriage to Simon Konecki, Adele finalized her divorce in 2019. They share 8-year-old son Angelo.

She is currently dating Cleveland businessman Rich Paul, 39.

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Paul formed a sports agency after leaving Creative Artists Agency in 2012. His clients include NBA stars LeBron James, Eric Bledsoe, John Wall and Anthony Davis.
 

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The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has amended its new rule that prohibited mega agents like Rich Paul from signing star athletes to exclusive management contracts. According to CBS, the "NCAA has amended its controversial agent certification requirements. A bachelor's degree is no longer required to represent players, as long as the agent is certified by the NBPA."

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