Beyonce's 'Black Is King' Is Dedicated to Just One of Her Kids

Brenda Watkins
August 2, 2020

Furthermore, Adele surprised her followers with a wavy hair, which she's showcasing for the first time.

She was pictured kneeling down in front of her TV, which was playing one of the album's incredible music videos.

The performer showed off her sense of style in a skintight long-sleeved top covered in a moon design. The party concluded in the pool at midnight (when the film became available on Disney+) where Lizzo and friends queued up Black Is King on an outdoor screen.

A third chimed in and questioned whether it was even "Adele in the picture?" "Thank you Queen for always making us all feel so loved through your art", she captioned.

Fans took to the comments section of the performer's post to share their thoughts.

He wrote, "My hope is that people appreciate the hard work that Adele has done to improve herself for the benefit to her and her family only".

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Bey's new visual album is already a big hit and fans across the world are praising Queen Bey.

A fourth person replied: "Adele, you are ideal".

Adele debuted her slimmed-down new look in October past year, a month after she filed for divorce from entrepreneur Simon Konecki.

Adele's weight loss appeared to ramp up following her separation from husband Simon Konecki a year ago.

The recent image is the latest in a series of photos highlighting the star's healthy living journey which has reportedly seen her shed seven stone, though she had never officially shared the exact amount.

As such, her visual album enlisted Black artists, designers, choreographers, writers, and more-from British poets Yrsa Daley-Ward and Warsan Shire, to Ghanian-Dutch filmmaker, Emmanuel Adjei-behind the scenes.

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