The singer, 32, gave fans a tiny glimpse into her place in LA, as she shared two photos of herself watching back her legendary Glastonbury headline set in 2016 from her living room.
Of course, getting a little nosey, Adele’s Instagram followers were quick to inspect her interior and many were delighted to see that she has a huge Tottenham Hale tube sign – a nod to her hometown – in her garden.
That’s one way to bring a lil slice of home with you across the pond, right?
Fans spotted the outline of the sign through the Rolling In The Deep hit-maker’s window and it’s since gone viral.
‘Things I love to see, Adele reliving her #Glastonbury year & the fact she has a Tottenham Hale tube stop sign outside her window. She lives in LA. #icon,’ tweeted one Adele fan.
Another hailed Adele a queen and said: ‘Peeped the Tottenham Hale tube sign through her blinds!! We STAN a #N17 QUEEN!!! @Adele.’
‘Adele having a tottenham hale tube station sign in her garden is possibly the best design feature i have ever seen anywhere ever,’ said one fan.
The singer has long championed Tottenham throughout her music too, with tracks Hometown Glory and River Lea being inspired by the North London district.
She’s previously said of her home: ‘I have very fond memories of Tottenham. There’s a saying, you can take a girl out of Tottenham, but you can’t take Tottenham out of the girl.’
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Now living in Los Angeles, Adele was seen reflecting on the time she took over the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury as festival four years ago.
The star joked she was ‘five ciders in’ as she watched back her set and even donned her very same stage outfit to re-create the moment from the comfort of her living room.
Despite being a huge hit at Glasto, Adele had been ‘absolutely panic stricken’ before heading out in front of the 200,000 strong crowd.
Jo Whiley revealed Adele broke down in tears just moments before her headlining set began because she had been so ‘stricken with nerves’.
‘It was amazing to see somebody like that, then to witness her walking out on stage and doing the most incredible set… to know that half an hour before she’d been in tears at the thought of walking out there,’ the DJ said.
An emotional Adele had told the crowd during her performance that it had been the ‘best moment of my life’.
She said on stage: ‘I didn’t wanna come on and now I don’t wanna go off. This is surreal. This is the best moment of my life.’
Since then, Adele has taken a bit of a break from music and despite reports she is set to make a huge comeback, involving a £100million global tour in 2021, fans will have to wait a little bit longer for new material.
Adele confirmed that her album has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
When one fan questioned whether her new album was dropping immediately, she tweeted back: ‘Of course it’s not. Corona ain’t over. I’m quarantining. Wear a mask and be patient.’