Adele takes Grenfell families on a trip to the flicks

Same as the rest of us - go an watch Despicable Me 3 of course.

Turns out that's what Adele did last week and she treated some of the families who live near Grenfell Tower in the process. Only difference was it was a private screening...but then we'd all do that too if we could.

The singer, who recently cancelled two big dates at Wembley Stadium at the end of her world tour due to vocal issues, was seen down on the ground in North Kensington in June helping with the relief effort in the wake of the fire which killed scores of people.


Adele fans #SingForAdele

The #SingForAdele campaign began after the singer broke the news she would be unable to perform the final two concerts of her world tour.

"On medical advice, I simply am unable to perform over the weekend," the singer posted on social media Friday. "To say I'm heartbroken would be a complete understatement."

But while damaged vocal cords kept the Grammy winner from "Rolling in the Deep" at her scheduled Wembley Stadium gigs in the U.K., fans gathered there anyway as part of the #SingForAdele campaign, which went viral.


Adele "Heartbroken" after damaging vocal cords

Just days before the "Hello" singer was scheduled to perform at Wembley Stadium in the U.K., the Grammy winner shared some upsetting news about her health.

As it turns out, Adele has temporarily damaged her vocal cords forcing her to cancel the last two nights of her tour.

Adele meets firefighters for 'tea and cuddle'

Fireman Rob Petty posted about the star's impromptu meeting with the team at Chelsea Fire Station on Monday on his Facebook page.

Petty said Adele, who posed for photos with firefighters at the station and in front of one of their fire trucks, "wonderfully grounded and caring."

"She just turned up at the station and knocked on the window and said she has some cakes for us," station manager Ben King said in a statement.


Adele earned £40m last year, says Sunday Times Rich List

The pop star's fortune rose from £85m to £125m - meaning she's the richest solo female musician in the paper's annual wealth survey.

But she's still only joint 19th in the list of Britain's richest musicians, which is dominated by older men.

Sir Paul McCartney is in the top spot with £780m with wife Nancy Shevell.

They are followed by West End mogul Lord Lloyd Webber, U2, Sir Elton John, Sir Mick Jagger and his Rolling Stones bandmate Keith Richards.

Adele is tied in 19th place on £125m with Queen guitarist Brian May.

What happened on Adele's Aussie tour

During the performance in Melbourne she said: "Just before we go to the next song… excuse me sir? Could you stop telling people to sit down?"

But it's just the latest Adele-ism from her Australian tour to get people talking.

In her time down under she's had run-ins with bugs, announced a secret social media account and revealed her unusual approach to getting on stage.

She loves a proposal

Adele stops Sydney gig because fan in front row had a heart attack

A 47 year old woman was taken to hospital in a serious condition during her performance on 10 March.

Adele stopped mid-performance telling fans she didn't want to shock the sick woman with fireworks that were planned.

She also joked that she had ruined the surprise for the rest of the audience by telling them about the pyrotechnics.

"Sorry. Someone got hurt. I ruined the surprise for you didn't I?" Adele told the crowd.

"Sorry, there was so much going on it frightened me. Pretend I didn't say anything. Let's start again."

Adele confirms she is married to Simon Konecki

The singer was on stage in Brisbane, Australia, talking about her track Someone Like You, when she said, "I'm married now".

There had been rumours the pair had wed and Adele had also referred to him as her husband at the Grammy awards.

Adele and Simon have one child together, a four-year-old son named Angelo.

Video of Adele talking about being married has been shared on social media.

Is racism why Adele beat Beyoncé at the Grammys?

When the British pop star tearfully accepted the ceremony's top award Sunday night, she shined a spotlight on the woman she said she has loved since she was 11 years old.

"The artist of my life is Beyoncé, and this album to me, the 'Lemonade' album, was just so monumental," Adele said.

Certainly for her diehard fan base known as the Beyhive -- and for many music critics -- Beyoncé's "Lemonade" was a creative masterpiece.

But with its racial themes and imagery, some are questioning if the project was "just too black" for Grammy voters.

Adele's 'black friends' Grammy comment stirs debate

After sweeping the night's top awards for song and record of the year for "Hello" and album of the year for "25," Adele let it be known she thought Beyoncé deserved the latter.

"My artist of my life is Beyoncé," she said. "And this album for me, the 'Lemonade' album is just so monumental."

"It was so monumental and so well thought out and so beautiful and soul-bearing, and we all got to see another side of you that you don't always let us see and we appreciate that," Adele said from the stage to Beyoncé, who sat in the audience. "You are our light."