She has stunned her fans with her dramatic physical transformation.
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And on Wednesday, Adele, 31, looked thinner than ever as she stepped out in Los Angeles in a black activewear ensemble.
The Someone Like You hitmaker appears to have continued to lose weight after unveiling her slimmed down physique at Drake‘s Halloween party last October and again while on a New Year’s vacation in Anguilla.
Trim: Adele, 31, looked thinner than ever as she stepped out in Los Angeles in a black activewear ensemble on Wednesday, with a hat pulled down over her hair shading her eyes
Adele was dressed all in black for her outing and had a large Nike hat pulled down over her hair shading her eyes.
She wore a figure-hugging long-sleeve top with collar and front zipper and skintight leggings.
She added a pair of trainers and sported a matching black manicure.
The almost unrecognizable singer kept some jewelry on, showing off several gold and silver bracelets on both wrists.
Shedding pounds: The almost unrecognizable Someone Like You hitmaker appears to have continued to lose weight after unveiling her slimmed down physique last October
Looking good: Adele was dressed in a figure-hugging long-sleeve top and skintight leggings. She added a pair of trainers and sported a matching black manicure and gold bracelets
Adele’s transformation comes following her split from husband Simon Konecki, with whom she shares seven-year-old son Angelo.
The couple, who began dating in 2011 and married in 2015, confirmed their separation in April last year.
Adele filed for divorce from Simon this past September.
On October 24, she gave a first glimpse at her physical transformation.
She posted a glamorous selfie to Instagram in which she wished Drake a happy birthday and shared: ‘I used to cry but now I sweat’ followed by a laughing emoji.
It was followed a few weeks later by Christmas photos showing her posing with The Grinch in a black low-cut dress and her blonde hair styled in curls.
Single: Adele’s transformation comes after she split from husband Simon Konecki (pictured in 2013), with whom she shares son Angelo, seven. She filed for divorce this past September
Slimming down: Adele first revealed her weight loss in October when she posted a glamorous selfie to Instagram, left. She’d dropped more weight by the time of her Anguilla vacation in early January, right
The first week of January, the Grammy-winning recording artist was snapped in a monochrome patterned sun dress on the beach in Anguilla while vacationing with Harry Styles and James Corden which showed how much she had slimmed down.
College student Lexi Larson, 19, told People she’d met Adele during her Caribbean vacation in early January and that the star told her she’d lost ‘something like 100 pounds’.
Last month, Adele’s former personal trainer revealed the incredible weight loss had been achieved thanks to a strict diet of ‘green juice and 1,000 calories a day’.
‘Brazilian body wizard’ Camila Goodis, who was introduced to the singer by Robbie Williams’ wife Ayda, credited the transformation to sticking to the strict diet and exercising regularly.
‘I don’t believe she liked exercise much but she has changed her lifestyle and I believe that 90 per cent was dieting,’ the LA-based personal trainer told The Sun in January.
While her lifestyle and dietary overhaul comes in the wake of the end of her marriage, a source told People that Adele’s real motivation was to be as healthy as she could be for her son.
‘She got to the point where she didn’t feel great,’ the source explained. ‘She knew she had to change something, because she wants to be the healthiest mom possible.’
The insider added: ‘Her whole focus during the weight loss journey has really been all about how she can be healthier and how can she treat her body better. It was never about losing weight.’
Needed a change: The Grammy-winning recording artist, pictured in 2016, was reported to have wanted to overhaul her lifestyle in order to be healthier for the sake of her only child
Happy with herself: Adele had dieted before, cutting out alcohol, cigarettes, and caffeine, as well as ‘spicy, citrusy, and tangy’ foods in 2015, left. Prior to that, she made clear that she didn’t focus on her weight and wasn’t bothered about being plus size, pictured in 2008, right
It’s thought that Adele has been following The Sirtfood Diet.
The diet plan, created by UK nutritionists Aidan Goggins and Glen Matten in 2016, focuses on plant foods, such as kale, buckwheat, blueberries, arugula and extra-virgin olive oil which, they claim, help to suppress appetite and activate the body’s ‘skinny gene’.
That’s because, they say, these foods include sirtuins that regulate proteins in the body that are vital for cellular health and metabolism.
Adele had dieted before, overhauling her lifestyle in 2015 and cutting out alcohol, cigarettes, and caffeine, as well as ‘spicy, citrusy, and tangy’ foods.
Prior to that, she made clear that she didn’t focus on her weight and wasn’t bothered about being plus size.
In an interview with Australia’s 60 Minutes in November 2015, she said: ‘I’ve always been asked questions about my body and my weight and my size and my style and stuff like that.’
She described it as ‘annoying’ that people seemed ‘astounded’ that she could be ‘plus size and successful.’
‘I don’t make music for eyes, I make music for ears,’ she told the TV show. ‘I don’t care anyway. You don’t see music, you listen to music, so what does it even matter?’
Not focused on looks: ‘I don’t make music for eyes, I make music for ears,’ Adele told 60 Minutes Australia in 2015. ‘You don’t see music, you listen to music, so what does it even matter?’ She’s pictured at a private Oscars party last weekend
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