Tom Cruise and Lorraine Kelly among celebs to support Adele at London concert
Singing sensation Adele wowed fans in her Hyde Park performance in London on Friday and celebs were out to in force to see the show including Hollywood star Tom Cruiseand TV presenter Lorraine Kelly.
Hollywood favourite Tom, 59, was among the A-listers to head to London to watch Adele in action.
The movie star showed off his incredible physique in a fitted black shirt and dark jeans and finished the outfit with a black suede jacket.
The Top Gun actor was all smiles for the camera as he milled through the busy Hyde Park in London ahead of the show.
Popular TV presenter Lorraine Kelly was another celebrity fan who turned up to watch Adele on stage and took to her Instagram to share a snap with her 497k followers.
The Lorraine host, 62, shared a selfie of herself and daughter Rosie Kelly Smith as they eagerly awaited for Adele to hit the stage.
The mother and daughter were all smiles as they posed with the huge Hyde Park stage behind them.
Lorraine looked incredible in a black t-shirt that said ‘Rebellious’ in gold and had her signature dark hair free flowing for the huge concert.
The TV favourite captioned the post: “What a great night with @rosiekellysmith enjoying @gabrielleuk and waiting for @adele.”
Fans flocked to the post to gush over the pair.
One wrote: “You are like sisters.”
While a second penned: “I hoe there was plenty of dancing.”
A third added: “Perfect t-shirts to be wearing. Looks like you had an amazing evening.”
The likes of Luke Evans and good friend James Corden were also spotted at the highly anticipated concert.
Adele stunned the huge crowd in London in a glamorous black, figure-hugging dress. The star oozed elegance in the off the shoulder, halter-neck outfit that she matched with a gold belt and big gold and pearl earrings and matching ring.
The star wore her blonde hair in a stylish up do as she told fans: “I’m so happy to be back.”
Adele had no choice but to reschedule all 24 of her Las Vegas shows after half her team caught Covid-19 back in January.
Following the cancellation at Caesars Palace, the Brit Award winning singer candidly explained her reasons behind it earlier this year.
She said she "wasn't ready" as she opened up on the Graham Norton Show.
She explained for the first time since releasing a video to cancel the performances: "I tried my hardest and really thought I would be able to pull something else together in time and that was why it was so last minute, which I regret that I kept going until that late in the day.
"It just wasn't ready and there were lots of reasons why; there were Covid delays with pieces of the show – there were some things that weren't going to be arriving until the day of the show, so therefore I'd never be able to see them or approve them, there were lots of delays for that.”
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