On Friday night, multiple Grammy Award winner Adele made headlines at the Hyde Park BST Festival in London, taking the stage in front of a live audience for a period of five years. For a momentous occasion, Adele wore a stunning Schiaparelli dress. The floor-length black velvet dress had long sleeves with a ruched shoulder and halter neck. It was tied at the waist with a gold belt, and the shimmering fabric made up the skirt under the split slit.
The singer’s hair is in a luxurious high bun with a few delicate fringes around her face. She is wearing star-shaped gold earrings covered with pearls, and a gold ring in the shape of a bow. For her makeup, she lined her classic cat eye with some glittery eyeshadow for a little extra glam.
The night was an emotional night for Adele, and Page six reported that she was overtaken before finishing her first song.
“God, I’m back home,” she told an audience of 65,000. “It was strange to be in front of a crowd again. I get nervous before every show but I love being here. ”
Adele’s collection is two hours long and includes her newer hits “Easy On Me,” “Oh My God,” and “I Drink Wine.” But she was very attentive to the audience throughout. Many people stood in the heat for hours to attend the show, and Adele stopped the show four times because the audience needed medical attention.
At one point, the music icon revealed that she was wearing black anti-slip socks underneath her gorgeous dress.
“I was told it would be slippery so wear these just in case,” she told the crowd, before continuing the show.
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