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The One Direction heartthrob spends his 21st birthday with rumored girlfriend Nadine Leopold and a number of celeb friends.
The British singer, who covers the latest edition of Rolling Stone, says in an interview with the magazine that 'constant comparisons' to the 'Someone Like You' hitmaker may 'piss her off.'
The two divas, who are currently working on their respective new album, hint that they're making music together with a photo they share on their respective Instagram account.
According to sources 'close to Team Adele,' there's 'almost no chance' of the long-awaited album being ready for release before the second half of 2015.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' hitmaker has taken to Twitter to slam rumors that she has split from her boyfriend and her baby daddy.
Richard Russell, the boss of XL Records, also says the 'Skyfall' singer has always had 'a very high standard for what she does.'
The 'Rolling in the Deep' singer snubs the charity song to fight Ebola, but she makes a donation to help the health crisis in Africa.
The former Genesis member says he sent Adele the music he had worked on for her new album, but he never heard back from her.
According to financial reports by the singer's label XL Recordings, the company says 'there will be a fall in XL's turnover and profits' because there won't be an Adele album in 2014.
The pop/country superstar still makes the patient named Ben happy although she flubs some lyrics of the hit song.
Set to be released on October 21 via RCA Records, the veteran singer's new album will feature her covers of songs by fellow female acts like Sinead O' Connor and Alicia Keys.
The two songs, 'You'll Never See Me Again' and 'Never Gonna Leave You', were both recorded in 2010 and produced by the same guy behind Adele's hit 'Set Fire to the Rain'.
After Dion announced she'd take a break from her longtime residency to take care of her ailing husband, Carey's reportedly offered $750,000 to play two shows at the legendary venue.
Adele won lawsuit against photo agency, which was previously reported to the court after making Adele's son photos available for publication in English tabloids.
Adele and Arctic Monkeys' videos could be banned from YouTube in 'the coming days' as a result of a disagreement between the company and the artists' record labels.