Although the big hair and big hips are gone, Adele is has a big voice. Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams now wants her to collab with Beyonce.
Fans don’t recognise the 32-year-old powerhouse pop singer in the new photos she has shared on Instagram, but she looks happier and healthier than ever.
“Thank you Queen for always making us all feel so loved through your art,” Adele wrote in an Instagram post praising the American pop sensation that is Beyone.
Adele, completely unrecognisable, posed in front of a massive and luxurious marble stone fireplace with a large OLED television above it playing Beyonce’s lastest music video “ALREADY” featuring Shatta Wale and Major Lazer.
Unrecognisable Adele is thin with curly blond locks praises Beyonce on Instagram.
In the photo Adele seemed to be sporting a similar, if not an identical, crescent moon print sports jumpsuit as seen in Beyonce’s music video.
However, what really caught people’s eye is Adele’s healthy physic and her long blonde locks.
Adele copied Beyonce in a skintight crescent moon sports jumpsuit in her new music video “ALREADY.”
“Goooooooorg! That hair hair!” One of Adele’s friends responded to her post, but not everyone seemed to like the new look.
Game of Thrones starlet Maisie Williams cut the niceties and cut straight to the chase. “Drop the collab,” she demanded.
Although Maisie William, 23-years-young, is most famous for playing Arya Stark on the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, she is also in the upcoming dark X-men reboot The New Mutants which was orignalset to premiere worldwide on August 28, 2020.
20th Century Studios recently pulled that date from all promotional material so the release date is still up in the air.
The New Mutants is Marvel’s first highly anticipated superhero and horror movie hybrid. Sadly, is isn’t directly connected to the current Marvel Cinematic Universe so fans can wont see a Avengers crossover in the future.
Adele, on the other hand, hasn’t released any new material since “Where Is The Love?” in October, 2019, and fans are itching for more hits.