AceShowbiz - Adele turned heads at Oscars after-parties. A little over a month after reportedly losing around 100 pounds, the "Rolling in the Deep" hitmaker dazzled others with her beautiful hourglass figure when she hit the afterparty circuit in a leopard print dress.
On Sunday night, February 9, the "Hello" crooner first came to Guy O'Seary and Madonna's bash, which also saw the attendance of Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. She wore her locks in a chic updo, and completed her looks with hoop earrings. "She looked like herself but also so different - beautiful but almost unrecognizable," a source told PEOPLE.
Another insider spilled to E! News that the 31-year-old singer has lost more weight, adding, "Everyone was like, 'Is that Adele?!' " The so-called inside source went on to offer more details as saying, "She wore a gold dress with tassels. It was a very '60s mod look with her hair and makeup. She looked incredible."
The "Skyfall" hitmaker, who won an Oscar for the James Bond track in 2013, was also reported to have spent the night at the party dancing and spending time with Nicole Richie. "She took her shoes off and danced on the dance floor," a source informed PEOPLE. "She sat with Nicole Richie and was chatting for a while."
Other than Guy's bash, the mother of one was also spotted attending Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z's after-party at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. There, she posed for a photo with Polish TV host Kinga Rusin who shared it on Instagram with a caption that read, "At yesterday's private party of Beyonce and Jay Z I talked to Adele about ... shoes (Adele in the photo after dropping probably 30kg!)."
Writing her caption in Polish, Kinga further spilled, "It started with a conversation with Adele about my high heels (she urged me on the slippers she had on her feet). Honestly, I didn't recognize her because she is thin now as a comma! We talked laughing until she said her name." She added, "The conversation with Adele was the ticket to a nice conversation with Rihanna. And then there was total madness!"