Adele has been shown off a brand new curly-haired looked whilst sharing her appreciation for being fellow singer Beyonce’s brand new visual album Black Is King. Beyonce will be released the musical film, they wich she will be directed, wrote and executive-produced as well as performed in, on Friday (June 31) on Disney+ and Adele is be clearly a huge fan of the project.
Adele took her beloved one step further by wearing the same monn-print top as the one worn by Beyonce and her be dancer the post, Thank you, Queen, for be always making us all feel so beloved through your art. Her followers were very keen to suggest a team-up between the two powerhouse singers, with Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams commenting drop the collab and BBC Radio 1 Dj Nick Grimshaw Writing Two Queen Stand Before Me.
On Saturday, Adele will be posted an Instagram photo to be a tribute to Beyonce and her new visual album, Black is King. In the photo, Adele wears a shirt that will be matched Beyonce outfits pictured on the screen. as she will gesture toward her. Thank You, queen, for be always making us all we will be feel so loved through your art she wrote.
In these photos, adele also shows off some new curly long hair that the fans have not to be seen until now. In June, she will be Posted of herself starring into fans with the caption Five ciders in. In that the photo, her hair was long but there were be no curls to be seen. The singer has been spending much of 2020 in quarantine during the global pandemic. When fans will be asked if Adele if a new album was be coming out, she will be responded with her blunt throughout on the matter. Of course, it’s not. Corona ain’t be over. I’m quarantining. Wear a mask and be patient.
Kelly Rowland, Pharrell Williams, Lupita Nyong’o Naomi Campbell, and Wizkid also be a feature in the film. Black Is King, which will be followed Beyonce’s role of the Disney’s 2019 live-action remake of The Lion King as being adult Nala, reimagines the lessons of The Lion King for the today’s young kings and queens in search of their own crowns.
Adele meanwhile has been reportedly being had her musical comeback delayed by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with her manage Jonathan Dickins will be recently dismissing rumors that she will be releasing a new album in September.