Fans are showering Adele with praise after her recent display of support for Rihanna at the Super Bowl. The 34-year-old songstress was amongst the spectators at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, eagerly anticipating the highly-anticipated NFL game. As she occupied her seat, Adele engaged in conversation with the men beside her, her hands gesturing animatedly.
A video clip of the event surfaced on Twitter, capturing Adele seated between two gentlemen who were standing up. In the recording, she can be seen making a pinching fingers gesture, seemingly encouraging the men to quiet down. Fans interpreted this as her way of telling them to hush before Rihanna's performance. The official fan account of Adele on Twitter also shared the video, accompanied by the caption:
Social media platforms were soon abuzz with fans praising Adele for her unwavering support of Rihanna during the Super Bowl. One fan remarked, "Adele is just like us, here for Rihanna and nothing more." Another added, "Adele at the Super Bowl just for Rihanna, she's so real." A lighthearted comment read, "Adele really said, 'Don't talk to me until Rihanna takes the stage.'"
During one of her residency shows in Las Vegas earlier this month, Adele revealed her excitement about attending the Super Bowl solely to see Rihanna. She exclaimed,
Notably, Adele was not the only celebrity present at the Super Bowl. The event attracted a star-studded crowd, including Billie Eilish, LeBron James, Bradley Cooper, and Paul Rudd. Eventually, the Kansas City Chiefs emerged victorious over the Philadelphia Eagles in the thrilling game.