Adele looks stunning on covers of British and American Vogue ahead of new album release

Adele has stunned her fans today after she posted s ome incredible snaps of her Vogue front covers.

The Someone Like You singer is set to make history as she will be the first person to grace the cover of magazine on both sides of the Atlantic at the same time.

The mum-of-one is continuing her publicity drive ahead of the release of her first new music in six years by speaking about her divorce, love life and a possible new direction for her music.

The 33-year-old singer also looks great on the covers as she declares herself a ‘major babe’ in an eye-popping outfit on the UK magazine while evoking a more classical Hollywood inspired look for the US version.

Adele looks the belle of the ball in the UK pic wearing a yellow gown that accentuates her bust and mousey blonde hair evoking an 80s throwback style.

Posting the photos on Instagram, she said that the photoshoots were like a British Tasmanian devil, tearing it up in Manhattan.

Adele on the cover of the US Vogue magazine

She captioned the pic of the cover: “Imagine four larger than life Brits tasmanian deviling around Milk Studios in Manhattan all under the watchful eagle eye of the myth, the legend, the most iconic and hilarious Steven Meisel! We caused havoc.

“Thank you Edward, Steven, Pat, Guido, and Giles. To glam, wardrobe, the crew, and everyone at British Vogue… In the words of Pat herself – “MAJJJJJOOORRR BAAAAABBBEZZZZ”

Adele’s British Vogue cover

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The usually social media shy singer then posted a pic of the US magazine cover, in which she is dressed in a flowing emerald green gown with her hair brushed back tight against her head.

In the caption, Adele paid thanks to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures for allowing her to use the under construction building as a backdrop.

Adele has graced the cover of Vogue on both sides of the Atlantic
Adele has graced the cover of Vogue on both sides of the Atlantic

She wrote: “The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which was still under construction at the time, let us use their incredible rooftop and grounds to shoot me dressed up and looking rather fancy if I do say so myself!

“A little bit of Tottenham in Hollywood’s Museum! Oi Oi! Alisdair McLellan photographed me for this cover, who amongst so many other things also shot the 25 album cover.”

Adele continued: “Thank you to Alasdair, Tonne, Frankie, Akki, Kimmie, Sergio, and lovely Abby.

“Anna – I remember the first time we met when I was 20 and you dressed me for my first ever Grammys with Barbara Tfank.

Adele will create history with her Vogue covers
Adele will create history with her Vogue covers

“Thank you to you and thank you to Edward for letting me be a part of this Vogue moment all these years later.”

*Adele covers the November issues of British and American Vogue.

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