Entertainment Ultimate Beyoncé fan Adele recreates one of her Black Is King looks

23:52  01 august  2020
23:52  01 august  2020 Source:   ew.com

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Adele is sending her love to Beyoncé yet again.

Adele, Beyonce posing for the camera: Adele/Instagram; Walt Disney Studios/Youtube © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Adele/Instagram; Walt Disney Studios/Youtube

The "Hello" singer shared an Instagram post on Saturday praising Beyoncé's new visual album Black Is King, with a photo of herself twinning one of the outfits from the film. "Thank you Queen for always making us all feel so loved through your art," Adele wrote.

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A post shared by Adele (@adele) on Aug 1, 2020 at 11:09am PDT

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Adele is a well-documented fan of Queen Bey; in 2017, she famously dedicated her Album of the Year Grammy win to Beyoncé and praised her album Lemonade, which was also in contention for the trophy. "My artist of my life is Beyoncé and this album to me, the Lemonade album, was just so monumental, Beyoncé," Adele said in her acceptance speech. "It was so monumental and so well thought out and so beautiful and soul-baring and we all got to see another side to you that you don’t always let us see, and we appreciate that. And all us artists here adore you. You are our light!”

Adele, Beyonce posing for the camera: Adele sent her love to Beyoncé once again, with a photo recreating one of the singer's looks from her visual album 'Black Is King.' © Adele/Instagram; Walt Disney Studios/Youtube Adele sent her love to Beyoncé once again, with a photo recreating one of the singer's looks from her visual album 'Black Is King.'

Now, that's all well and good, but this new photo raises more than a few questions. Did Adele already have that top, by sheer coincidence? Did she overnight it, considering Black Is King was just released on Friday, just to take that photo? Did she get early access to the film through the shadowy cabal of celebrity? And seriously, why do Adele and Sarah Paulson look so much alike?

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