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Adele Can't Stop Laughing, Smiling on Date Night With Boyfriend Rich Paul

Adele's having, because it looks like a load of fun!The «I Drink Wine» singer enjoyed date night with her boyfriend Rich Paul as the pair sat court side for Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals between the Dallas Mavericks and Golden State Warriors at Chase Center in San Francisco. Adele looked casual in a denim button-up shirt and jeans.
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A look at Adele’s $58,000,000 outrageously huge 18,587 square-foot, 8-bedroom, 12-bathroom Beverly Hills love nest with Rich Paul
Adele really is rolling in the deep after splashing out ‘$58million’ (£47m) on a sprawling eight-bedroom mansion, set on a 3.5-acre estate, in California. The singer shared a series of loved-up photos with boyfriend Rich Paul on Wednesday, with the pair holding up keys as they stood outside the massive pile, once owned by Sylvester Stallone.Days after celebrating her 34th birthday, the superstar returned to bless us with adorable unseen photos of her and sports agent Rich, 40, from the past few months, including a shot of the two-storey home, confirming she was the new owner following previous reports.In one cosy photo, the couple were seen pulling poses and standing on the lush lawn of the crib while holding up keys, suggesting they’re now living together in their very own home/mega-mansion the likes of which we can only ever dream of setting foot in.It was previously reported the singer was eyeing up the mansion in the exclusive North Beverly Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, which was originally listed by Rocky actor Stallone for the princely sum of $110m (£90m).Adele knows how to drive a bargain, we’ll give her that.Hardly a small cottage, the 18,587 square-foot home (which is more than 18-times the size of the average home in the UK…) sits at the end of a cul-de-sac and up a long private driveway, and was built in 1994.It boasts eight-bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, and is situated on acres of lush, green land with a massive pool and putting green.In February the Los Angeles Times confirmed Adele was the buyer, after Stallone first listed the house in January 2021 before slashing the price to $80m (£65m) in October.
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Global music market worth increased by 18 per cent in 2021 to £19.5billion
BTS, Adele and Taylor Swift contributing to a £19.5billion increase.According to industry trading body International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) in a new report published Tuesday (March 22), revenues for global recorded music grew by 18.5 per cent in 2021, totalling £19.63billion (US$25.9billion), largely driven by increases in paid subscription streaming.The report stipulates there were 523million users of paid subscription accounts at the end of 2021 – up from 443million in 2020 – generating an increase of 21.9 per cent, or £9.32billion (US$12.3billion).Streaming in 2021 accounted for 65 per cent of total revenues, while downloads equated to four per cent, 19 per cent made up by CDs, vinyl and cassettes.According to IFPI, this means the industry is in its seventh consecutive year of growth, IFPI chief executive Frances Moore told the BBC: “We lived through that dire period after 1999 where the industry declined by 40 per cent.Recorded music revenues grew in every region in 2021. Asia grew by 16.1 per cent, with South Korean superstars BTS the biggest-selling act for the second consecutive year.After being named 2020’s second-biggest seller, Taylor Swift achieved the same position in 2021, with Adele, having released her fourth studio album, ’30’, in November, sold 4.7million copies, making it the most popular album overall.Similar results were seen in Europe – the world’s second-largest music region – with a growth of 15.4 per cent up from 3.2 per cent.
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Adele and The Weeknd have the biggest-selling records of 2021
Adele’s latest album ’30’ and The Weeknd’s ‘After Hours‘ single ‘Save Your Tears’ were the world’s best-selling records of 2021.Music industry body the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) has revealed that Adele’s 2021 album sold more than five million copies in two months. It’s also the biggest-selling record on vinyl and CD.The Weeknd’s ‘Save Your Tears, which was released in 2020, topped the charts in 18 countries and was streamed 2.15billion times. In 2020, The Weekend also had the biggest record of the year with his other ‘After Hours’ single ‘Blinding Lights’.You can see the rankings below.Top 10 global singles 2021:01 The Weeknd – ‘Save Your Tears’ (2.15billion streams)02 The Kid LAROI, Justin Bieber – ‘ STAY’ (2.07billion streams)03 Dua Lipa – ‘Levitating’ (1.88billion streams)04 BTS – ‘Butter’ (1.76billion streams)05 Olivia Rodrigo – ‘drivers license’ (1.73billion streams)06 Justin Bieber (ft. Daniel Caesar, Giveon) – ‘Peaches’ (1.72billion streams)07 The Weeknd – ‘Blinding Lights’ (1.61billion streams)08 Olivia Rodrigo – ‘good 4 u’ (1.61billion streams)09 Lil Nas X – ‘MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)’ (1.60billion streams)10 Ed Sheeran – ‘Bad Habits’ (1.57billion streams)Top 10 global albums 2021:01. Adele – ’30’02. Olivia Rodrigo – ‘Sour’03. Justin Bieber – ‘Justice’04. Ed Sheeran – ‘=’05. The Weeknd – ‘After Hours’06. Dua Lipa – ‘Future Nostalgia’07. The Kid LAROI – F Love (Mix Tape)08. ABBA – ‘Voyage’09. Morgan Wallen – ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’10. Doja Cat – ‘Planet Her’The three album charts compiled by the IFPI (overall sales, physical sales and vinyl) “reflect the truly global nature of the industry today,” chief executive Frances Moore told the BBC, “with albums by artists
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Adele’s postponed Las Vegas shows ‘set to be rescheduled for this summer’ at Caesars Palace
Adele’s Las Vegas residency could be back on the cards for this summer, after it was postponed just 24 hours ahead of the first show in January.According to sources, her team is now reportedly in talks with Caesars Palace bosses to book up as-yet-unfilled dates at Caesars Palace’s The Colosseum between June and September 2022.As it stands, the venue is fully booked until June 18 with shows from the likes of Keith Urban, Rod Stewart and Sting.However, between Sting’s final performance on June 18 and Rod’s return for a second block beginning on September 23, the calendar is showing as empty.As Adele is already committed to performing at British Summer Time on July 1 and 2, the Caesars Palace team is said to be hoping she’ll fly back straight after that engagement.A source told The Sun on Sunday: ‘That is the scheduling that would make the most sense.‘Talks are ongoing at the moment, and the hope is that Adele’s rearranged dates will be agreed very soon.‘She has made it clear that next year is not an option, and everyone is keen to lock the dates in.’The 33-year-old singer had uploaded a tearful video in January to break the news to her fans, saying she was ‘so upset and really embarrassed’ to have to postpone the shows.‘We’ve tried absolutely everything we can to pull it together in time and for it to be good enough for you but we’ve been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and Covid,’ the star revealed.‘Half my crew, half my team have come down with Covid – they still are – and it’s been impossible to finish the show.To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video‘And I can’t give you what I have right now and I’m gutted.
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