Adele delighted fans by making yet another appearance on Friday, giving a number of radio interviews about her newly-released single Easy On Me.
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Clips from her live chats have already been viewed thousands of times - particularly Adele's thoughts on her favourite crisp snacks during a talk with BBC Radio1's Greg James - but can we talk about her gorgeous look, too?
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The singer looked incredible once again, glamming up a button-up cardigan with chunky gold jewellery, that signature blonde blow-dry and of course, flawless makeup (complete with perfect cat eye flicks).
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Adele looked beautiful for her radio interviews
She finished her look with her signature long manicure - this time opting for a nude polish for her favourite extensions. No doubt fans will love the further nail inspiration, since after she released the video for Easy On Me at midnight, searches for 'Adele's nails' rocketed up by 900 per cent, according to LookFantastic. They do go perfectly with her passionate hand gestures.
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Other fans were busy reacting to Adele's revelation about her favourite crisps - expanding on her recent comments during her Instagram Live, during which she told her followers her favourite crisps are "Ready Salted Walkers with loads of Worcestershire sauce."
Adele has released the video for Easy On Me
Talking to a listener in Stockport, she had presenter Greg laughing when she added that she loves to drink the 'bag juice' from the bottom of the packet, adding: "Those soggy ones at the bottom are the best!"
Never change, Adele! The singer released her new song on Friday morning, ahead of the release of her album, 30, on 19 November. She has previously said that the record is for her son, Angelo, who she made a rare comment about to Fleur East during her interview on the Hits Radio breakfast show.
"The whole album is sort of dedicated to my son more than anything, but yeah it's about my relationship with his dad and with him," she explained. "But also you know the relationship I have with myself and stuff like that."
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