Adele suggests sex and ghosting to end relationships on a ‘good note’

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The singer shared how she deals with the painful end of a relationship.

Adele, who is best known for her beautiful lyrics centered on romance and romance RelationshipsShe has shared her advice on overcoming breakups.

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The 34-year-old from London offered some wise advice in an interview with elle, As she discovered, it’s always best to leave a relationship on a positive note.

She added that for a positive result, it’s all about “having sex and never seeing her again.”

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The singer joked, saying: “I’ve never done this before. “Fuck off, I say.”

Adele shares her best advice on ending a relationship.

Adele’s love story has been public, so fans know that she was married to Simon Konecki and is currently in a relationship with Rich Paul.

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However, the singer has been pretty private about the intricate details, so this new snippet of her personal life is rare.

She married Simon in 2018, the 48-year-old is a charity entrepreneur and also father to Adele’s nine-year-old son Angelo.

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The two have been reported to be on good terms despite their split, so Adele’s relationship advice may be effective.

Simon was even spotted at a concert with Adele’s current partner Rich Paul this summer.

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Breakups can be messy even for wealthy celebrities.

Adele admits she finds it “fascinating” that people can go from deep love to hate.

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Singer Adele watches alongside Rich Paul during the first half of game five of the NBA Finals

The singer claimed she’s never been the type of person who needs a degree, but believes relationships should end on a “high note”.

She said it’s better to have good memories than fights and arguments.

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Adele is currently working on her Las Vegas shows which have been known to have been canceled much to the disappointment of many fans.

She told Elle that the decision to cancel the concerts 24 hours before they were scheduled to begin was “the worst moment of my career so far.”

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Singer Adele, winner of GRAMMYs for Record of the Year for “Rolling In The Deep”

The singer said it was “devastating” because she was looking forward to the shows.

Adele added: “There just wasn’t a soul in there. The stage setup was wrong.

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“It was very detached from me and my band and lacked intimacy.

“And maybe I was trying too hard to give him those things in such a controlled environment.”

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Despite the backlash over the cancellations, Adele said she was proud of the decision and believed she made the right choice.

Their Las Vegas shows are slated for November 2022.

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