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"What did you do to my face?!" : in video, Adele taken aback by a “beauty” filter on a fan’s phone


The British diva, who is currently performing in Vegas, appeared on a fan's video with a filter on her face. Horrified to see herself like this, her exchange with this young woman turned into a delicious moment of absurdity.

It's a slightly absurd video involving singer Adele that was shared on social media this Sunday, November 27.

We can see the multi-award-winning artist, who is currently performing in Las Vegas as part of his residency on the stage of the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, hold a lunar exchange with a fan present in his audience.

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In the video posted on Instagram, the young woman, called Jamy, invites the interpreter of

Rolling in the Deep

to appear on her video, in selfie.

As Adele walks into the camera shot all smiles, her good mood vanishes at the sight of her face: the fan has indeed used a “beauty” filter which aims to alter the features.

Shocked to see herself like this, the singer says in horror, “Oh my God, what did you do to my face?


Girl, take this filter off my face” as his interlocutor, very emotional, continues to stare at the camera as if dumbfounded by what is happening.

Still stunned at the sight of her ultra-smooth complexion and her virtually refined nose, Adele walks away from the shot before coming back to ask her fan: “Why do you use filters like that?

We don't look like that darling!”, all covered by the laughter of the public.

In response, the fan sadly says, "I know," as the filter has since deactivated, allowing the diva to smile at the camera again.

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At the same time, Adele tries to divert the conversation and ask personal questions, about her hometown, and her guest's childhood memories... However, things got too intense for the unfortunate Jamy who becomes more more confused, as if paralyzed, and finally starts to cry, leading Adele to have to comfort her: “Baby, don’t cry!


Since launching her long-awaited residency in early November, Adele has received praise from audiences and critics alike, with fans flocking from all over the world to see the British icon sing.

A residence initially planned for last January, before the diva finally postponed her shows at the last minute, claiming that the place “lacks intimacy”.

It is now corrected.

Source: lefigaro

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