Adele’s glamorous transformation as BRITs look drastically changes since her first appearance
Adele picked up three awards at Tuesday’s star-studded ceremony – Artist of the Year, Song of the Year and Album of the Year – but it was her stunning outfits, showing off her seven-stone weight loss, that stole the show star.
Adele has undergone a super glamorous transformation as her BRIT look has changed dramatically since her first appearance at the awards 14 years ago.
The singing superstar made her BRIT Awards debut in 2008, when she performed on stage with Amy Winehouse for a medley of Mark Ronson hits, and Adele rocked a more laid-back ensemble on the red carpet.
Dressed in black pants, black flats and a 60s-style A-line dress with beige stripes and a lace collar, Adele looked cute as she made her way to the ceremony, rocking a bun elegant side and an embroidered black jacket.
But that was a far cry from her appearance at the BRIT Awards on Tuesday, as the award-winning music icon walked the red carpet in London looking sensationally glamorous.
The Easy On Me arrived wearing a dramatic black dress by Armani, which featured a polka dot tulle neckline that cascaded down the back of her maxi dress.
And for her performance at the ceremony, Adele wore a custom lime green sequin dress, created especially for her by Valentino’s creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli.
The mother-of-one rocked the stunning dress, with voluminous sleeves and decorative ruffles, as she sat on a piano performing her hit I Drink Wine, and the chiffon dress was the star of the show as it shimmered while she sang.
She then opted for a shorter version of her Armani dress, wearing an off-the-shoulder velvet mini dress to collect her awards, and her blonde locks falling down styled to perfection.
Adele, 33, swept the board at the awards show on Tuesday, winning gongs for Artist of the Year, Song of the Year for Easy On Me and Album of the Year, and the emotional singer thanked her ex-husband Simon Konecki, and their son Angelo, during an acceptance speech.
“I would like to dedicate this award to my son. And to Simon, his father. It’s our whole journey, not just mine,’ the visibly emotional star said on stage, as she won album of the year for 30.
Adele was the first recipient of BRIT’s first-ever Gender Neutral Artist of the Year award, and she said she’s proud to be a woman in the music industry.
“Also, I would say I understand why the name of this award has changed, but I really love being a woman and being a female artist. I do. I’m really proud of us, I really, really am,” she said.