Adele is a big fan of the contrast in snaps for her Vogue magazine photoshoot and has quite the description for her range.
We’re still picking our jaws off the floor after the 33-year-old singer wowed us with her comeback shoot earlier this month, ahead of the release of her single, Easy On Me.
On the promo trail for the single and her upcoming album, 30, which is scheduled for release November 19, Adele looked back on her glorious covershoot.
Sharing she ‘had such a great time’ working with the publication, she was delighted with the opportunity to showcase her different moods.
Appearing on Kiis FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show this week, she said: ‘I didn’t see the final covers till everyone else did.
‘I had such a great time on those shoots, that I sort of knew I would glow in the photos. I was really happy and had so much fun…
‘I love that there was such a juxtaposition on those as well, one with my t**s out and one with me looking like Emily Blunt [in a green ensemble].’
You can compare the superstar to Emily, but don’t bring Vicky Pollard into things, as the interview took a turn when Australian co-host Kyle Sandilands compared her to the Little Britain character.
He said: ‘You’re just like us…. You’re Vicky Pollard but with an amazing voice. Vicky Pollard is a bad example. But I love Vicky Pollard.’
Adele was able to laugh at the comparison, adding: ‘I’ve had that comparison before, all good. I am glad you think I’m normal, because I am.’
Clearly on the public’s wavelength, Adele revealed a lot of people think she looks like American Horror Story actress Sarah Paulson.
Agreeing with the comparison, she told Vogue: ‘But I do, it’s actually quite intense.’
The star suggested her celebrity twin is actually Emily, as she added: ‘Only the forehead.’
Adele’s amazing magazine shoot coincided with her epic comeback, which will see her drop album 30, her first in seven years, and inspired by her divorce from Simon Konecki.
Riding high off the success of her new tunes, last week it was also revealed that her Grammy-winning record, 21, is the biggest selling UK album by a woman of all time.
The singer-songwriter’s second album has accumulated the most UK sales and downloads by any female artist – with more than five million sales, according to figures compiled by the Official Charts Company for BBC Radio 2.
Credit: Original article published here.