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Adele shares rare photo on social media and stuns fans with her dramatic transformation

She looks unrecognisable!

By Alex Lilly
Grammy winner Adele rarely posts on social media, but her latest photo has fans lost for words.
The singer, who just celebrated her 32nd birthday, shared a snap of herself from lockdown - and her svelte figure has sent her followers into meltdown.
Adele (pictured here in 2017) doesn't look like this anymore. (Getty)
Taken outside her home, Adele shows off her new figure in a short black dress with billowing sleeves, smiling at the camera through a decorative hoop.
"Thank you for the birthday love. I hope you're all staying safe and sane during this crazy time," the Someone Like You singer captioned her post.
"I'd like to thank all of our first responders and essential workers who are keeping us safe while risking their lives! You are truly our angels ♥️ 2020 okay bye thanks x"
Adele recently rang in her 32nd year. (Image: Instagram @adele)
Adele's famous friends and devoted followers were quick to praise the singing sensation and couldn't help but remark how great she looked.
"So long waiting for this photo, it is incredible, how beautiful and unique Adele is," one fan wrote.
Model Chrissy Teigen summed it up with her comment: "I mean are you kidding me."
Others remarked that they were hoping for a long-awaited album, with the official Oprah Magazine account even commenting: "Our birthday gift should be an Adele 2020 album, yes?!"
"Honey You can't just show up like this and say nothing! We need new music!" wrote another.
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Adele's weight loss has captivated fans for months.
Camila Goodis, a PT and pilates instructor based in Los Angeles, who trains Adele, has previously shared details of the singer's healthy new lifestyle, including her intense diet regime.
"The first week is pretty intense ... it's a lot of green juice and 1000 calories a day," she revealed on British breakfast television show Lorraine.
"Giving up processed food, sugar, soda and get into an exercise routine, like cardio and strength training, will change people's bodies."
That number of calories is the equivalent of 4184 kilojoules. According to established health guidelines, the average Australian should eat around 8700 kilojoules in a day, but considerably less if they are looking to lose weight.
If you are thinking of losing weight, please consult your GP or a healthcare professional before making any lifestyle changes.