Beyonces Black Is King hopes to shift perception of being Black

Brenda Watkins
August 2, 2020

The Someone Like You singer has lost a reported 44kg since late previous year and was described as looking "thin as a comma" in February.

The picture shows Adele, with flowing blond locks, in front of her television which is showing a video from Beyonce's new album.

The news agency reported that Pete Geracimo, a personal trainer who worked with Adele for four years between 2012 and 2016, called for less judgment of the mom-of-one on his Instagram page, addressing those who may have felt "betrayed" by her fitness goals.

Fans hoping for new Adele material may have a long wait.

Adele is wearing the same top in the same pattern by French designer Marine Serre as Beyonce's outfit in the video.

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But Queen Bey wasn't what caught fans' attention. "I'm very humbled and very grateful and gracious but the artist of my life is Beyonce", she said.

"This is NOT Adele and you can't convince me otherwise", read another tweet.

Polish TV presenter Kinga Rusin described Adele as "thin as a comma" at an Oscars party in February. The celebration, which Lizzo shared with her 9.1 followers through her Instagram Stories, kicked off with a sparkling black carpet that led up to a giant statue of Beyoncé's butt with a placard that read, "What would Beyoncé do?"

Adele debuted her slimmed-down new look in October past year, a month after she filed for divorce from entrepreneur Simon Konecki. In June, she posted a photo of herself staring into a fan with the caption "five ciders in".

According to Disney+, The album reimagines the lessons from the movie for "today's young kings and queens in search of their own crowns", and is a "celebratory memoir for the world on the black experience".

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