Adele responds to becoming a meme at the Super Bowl
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Adele recently vent viral whilst sitting in the audience at the Super Bowl, and the singer has now addressed her 'meme status'.
While performing at her Las Vegas residency on Friday night, the 34-year-old star talked to her audience about the speculation surrounding her attendance at the Super Bowl and the meme she unwillingly created.
Clips of Adele at the Super Bowl gained traction online, with viewers speculating over what the 'Hello' singer was saying as she chatted to two men she was sat with in the audience.
Many eagle eyed observers believed she was discussing Rihanna's upcoming Half Time performance, when she supposedly said: "She’ll have some weed and she’ll be like [calm emoji] she’ll be fab, she’ll be fab."
This interpretation of Adele's words was initially left unclear as the person filming her was not sat close enough to hear her speaking clearly.
However, Adele has now confirmed that this is actually what she said of Rihanna's much anticipated comeback performance.
adele at the super bowl just for rihanna she’s so real pic.twitter.com/42ArgBtFls— persian roman roy (@theronfilm) February 13, 2023
Speaking to her fans on Friday night (17 February), Adele said: "I was saying, ’she’s gonna be fine, she’s gonna, like, have some weed and be fine, but clearly she couldn’t have any weed because she’s pregnant!"
Fans were delighted to finally have confirmation on what was actually said at the Glendale stadium.
One Twitter user wrote: "The fact the lip readers were right!," while another tweeted: "She is a living meme! We love her for that."
The British singer also poked fun at herself, as she questioned why she was so prone to becoming a 'meme' whenever she was out in public.
Adele said: "I don’t know what it is about my f**king face, but every time I slip out my house [I become a meme]
"Maybe it’s because I don’t have any Botox or anything and my face just moves so much, I don’t know what it is."
It was only last year that Adele's attendance at a NBA game had her going viral, as it appeared that she was ignoring a camera whilst sitting courtside at All-Star game.
With regards to her recent appearance at the Super Bowl, Adele made no secret of the fact that she was showing up to see RiRi perform.
Speaking of the football event of the year, the London-born singer remarked: "I’m going just for Rihanna. I don’t give a flying f**k."
Adele was no doubt satisfied with the outcome, as a pregnant Rihanna delighted her fans with a medley of her biggest hits including 'Umbrella', 'Rude Boy' and 'Pour It Up'.