Adele's Fans Rush Her Instagram To Ask When Her New Album Is Coming Out
Adele 's fans want to know when the new record is coming out. USA Today says the performing artist dropped an Instagram post this Friday in which she teased the book she's reading, Untamed: Stop Pleasing, Start Living.
The singer-songwriter included a caption in which she said she was "so ready" for herself after reading the book. Adele went on to describe all of the benefits of reading it, explaining how it showed her the importance of owning herself.
Adele also acknowledged it's author, Glennon Doyle, who responded with a nice remark. Among the Twitter exchange, fans began asking the British artist when the next album was going to come out. As most know, her last record, 25 , came out in 2015.
Since then, fans have been waiting for her to drop another one, however, it appears as if they'll have to wait longer. Adele wrote that she "honestly" had no idea. Moreover, Adele's fans thought she was showing off the book's art as a way of promoting her own new material. It's clear fans are eager.
As it was previously reported, following her split from Simon Konecki, Adele said she was committed to focusing on herself. And that appears to be exactly what she did because the singer shared an Instagram post in which she showed off a massive weight loss.
According to USA Today, ever since she said she was ready to start living for herself, Adele has dropped a number of random updates, including one picture from Drake's birthday party in October 2019.
Furthermore, Adele shared another post this year in which she showed her support for Beyonce and her new project, Black Is King . The picture featured Adele raising her arm to the screen which was clearly showing off the movie she just watched.
Adele wrote, "thank you queen for always making us all feel so loved through your art." As it was just noted, Adele was in the headlines this year for showing off a huge body transformation. Some fans were actually displeased with her weight-loss, arguing that she "lost" part of what made her unique.