Adele's Facial Expressions Take the Internet by Storm

Adele, the British singer renowned for her soulful ballads, has recently become the subject of online jokes and memes due to her facial expressions at public events.

by Faruk Imamovic
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Adele's Facial Expressions Take the Internet by Storm

Adele, the British singer renowned for her soulful ballads, has recently become the subject of online jokes and memes due to her facial expressions at public events. With her latest appearance at an LA Lakers game, the singer has taken the internet by storm, despite doing nothing out of the ordinary.

The Queen of Memes

In the past, Adele has attended several basketball games, and her fans have jokingly referred to her as the reason why they watch the games. Snapshots of her facial expressions and reactions were widely shared on social media, and for the first time, the singer has caused a stir online by simply "doing absolutely nothing." The video of Adele avoiding the camera quickly went viral, and numerous recordings of her simply going about her business followed, becoming particularly popular for some reason.

The latest incident occurred at the last Lakers game when Adele was filmed "yawning to herself".

This simple action became an instant meme, with the video being viewed more than 8 million times shortly after its publication. The description of the video read: "Adele yawned to herself so people wouldn't think she was bored." The footage was later shared with different captions, such as: "Me at a lecture in front of the professor" and "Me at literally every social gathering".

Adele continues to captivate audiences with her music and her unique facial expressions. Whether she's intentionally trying to entertain or simply going about her day, one thing is for sure – the internet can't get enough of Adele.

The Power of Music: A Journey Through Emotions

Adele recently opened up about her divorce and revealed that her friendship with James helped her to heal from the split. During the conversation, she revealed that the verse in one of the songs from her latest album, "I Drink Wine", was inspired by the support she received from James.

The song was the result of a six-hour conversation Adele had with James while they were on a family holiday together. "We'd been on vacation together with the kids, and we were on our way home and… I remember I said to you on the way home, 'What's wrong?' You just seemed down," she recalled.

"And you let it all out to me and… we were having, what, a six-hour conversation about it? It was like the whole way home. But it got me thinking, I felt so unsafe with you feeling unsafe… And then I went to the studio a couple of weeks later and I wrote this and I remember I sang it into my phone and I remember I sent it to you and I do remember you saying, 'That's exactly how I was feeling.'

" As the show progressed, Adele and James hit the road and joked about Adele's questionable driving skills. "I'm actually not a brilliant driver, so… I also can't sing without closing my eyes," she said. "I can't believe I just pulled out of your drive and nearly crashed."

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