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Adele had the BEST Halloween costume!

Gemma Strong

She might be one of the world's most famous singers – but Adele was totally unrecognisable as she turned into The Mask for Halloween. The 28-year-old singer went to some serious effort to recreate the character made famous by Jim Carrey in the hit 1994 comedy, and the end result was totally amazing!

Adele shared two images of her transformation with fans on Instagram, showing her wearing heavy prosthetics and a suit identical to the one worn by The Mask in the movie. In fact, her likeness is so good that she is only recognisable thanks to her hand tattoo bearing the name of her son, Angelo.

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Adele transformed into The Mask for Halloween this year

Her 20million followers were understandably impressed. "You are just so amazing!" one fan wrote, with another adding: "Oh my days! One of my favourite films!"

The Mask starred comedian Jim alongside Cameron Diaz, and told the story of a shy bank clerk named Stanley Ipkiss, who transforms into a trickster with superhero skills after putting on a magical wooden mask. The role earned Jim a Golden Globe nomination, and helped launch the actor to stardom.

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The star looked unrecognisable as the manic superhero

Adele, meanwhile, made headlines this week with her candid comments on postnatal depression. The All I Ask singer opened up about her experience of PPD in an interview with Vanity Fair, and admitted she now feels "too scared" to have another baby.

"I think it's the bravest thing not to have a child," she told the magazine. "All my friends and I felt pressurised into having kids, because that's what adults do.

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Jim Carrey starred as The Mask in the hit 1994 movie

"I love my son more than anything, but on a daily basis, if I have a minute or two, I wish I could do whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted. Every single day I feel like that."

Asked whether she is considering having a second child with her partner, charity CEO Simon Konecki, she replied: "I'm too scared. I had really bad postpartum depression after I had my son, and it frightened me."

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