Adele opens up about three-month alcohol abstinence

“I mean, I was literally borderline alcoholic for quite a lot of my 20s,”

by Sead Dedovic
Adele opens up about three-month alcohol abstinence
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Adele's Sobriety and Son's Birthday Celebration During a Las Vegas performance, Adele shared that she hasn't consumed alcohol for three and a half months, and she confessed to missing it. She also mentioned giving up caffeine.

Many celebrities have problems with various addictions. When you are a celebrity, you meet various profiles of people. Many of them are in great chaos, surrounded by a large number of people. Such an environment, fast life, and constant fuss can cause stress.

In these circumstances, many decide to resort to various vices. Some of them take drugs, some alcohol, while some take the 'mildest' form of addiction; cigarettes. Then it is much easier for them to function. However, in the long run, it creates addiction and only bigger problems.

“I stopped drinking maybe like three and a half months ago,” Adele said.

Adele on her alcohol addiction

Adele has previously been open about her struggles with alcoholism during her twenties. She recently clarified that her alcohol break is temporary, as she plans to celebrate her son Angelo's 11th birthday with an extended celebration.

“I mean, I was literally borderline alcoholic for quite a lot of my 20s,” Adele said. “But I miss it so much”. Adele, who shares her son with her former husband Simon Konecki, has been in a happy relationship with Rich Paul, a sports agent, for the past two years.

They got engaged, and Adele hinted at a possible secret marriage during her concert. Adele certainly feels much better since she decided to stop drinking alcohol. This popular singer now mainly consumes water and lives a completely different lifestyle.

Being sober brings many health benefits. Adele wants to continue with the same practice in the future and vices are obviously her past. "That’s one great way of really sort of getting to know yourself, is just drinking water and being sober as anything,”