, Adele shows off weight loss in rare outing, The Nzuchi Times

Adele shows off weight loss in rare outing

, Adele shows off weight loss in rare outing, The Nzuchi Times

Adele has made a rare appearance at the NBA finals where she showed off her incredible 44kg weight loss.

The British singer, 33, has barely been seen in public since her dramatic transformation last year, giving fans a glimpse of her new look in only a handful of Instagram photos.

The Grammy award winner also sparked dating rumours during the match between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Phoenix Sun, where she sat alongside sports super-agent, Rich Paul.

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Adding fuel to the rumour mill, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst referred to Adele as Paul’s “girlfriend.”

“Rich Paul, [LeBron James’] agent, brings his girlfriend to the game sitting next to LeBron. His girlfriend is Adele,” Windhorst said his The Lowe Post podcast. “Rich Paul is at the game with Adele.

“This is the first time they’ve come out in public together so this will be all over the tabloids, especially in England tomorrow.”

The duo were photographed chatting and laughing as they watched Game 5 of the basketball finals.

, Adele shows off weight loss in rare outing, The Nzuchi Times

They are yet to comment publicly on the reports.

Adele was previously thought to be dating British rapper, Skepta, who were first linked a year ago.

She finalised her divorce from her husband, Simon Konecki, in March after the pair separated in 2019 following seven years together.

They were secretly married in 2017 and share an eight-year-old son, Angelo.

Afterwards, Adele embarked on a weight loss journey and is rumoured to have lost more than 44kg by following the sirtfood diet.

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Meanwhile, fans are eagerly awaiting new music from the pop powerhouse, who hasn’t released an album in more than five years.

Adele’s close friend, comic Alan Carr, told The Post earlier this year that she is working on new music.

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