Oh, blessed day!
Back to the drawing board, Drumpster!
Even though Adele's last album, 25, came out over a year ago, it's still winning awards thanks to Monday night's BBC Music Awards where the British beauty landed two trophies!
Despite not being at the award show, Adele won both the BBC Radio 2 Album of the Year award and Song of the Year for her hit song Hello!
Robbie Williams accepted the hardware on the songstress' behalf as he read a message from the 28-year-old:
"Thank you for this award. I feel a bit bad winning it as the album has been out for so long. But nevertheless, you know I love you. Always have and always will."
Williams added his own message saying:
"I'd just like to say congratulations Adele, it's an honour to accept this award on your behalf. It's a beautiful album and you're an incredibly deserving winner and also an amazing mom. The hardest-working mom in show business. Love you, Adele. Congratulations."
Ch-ch-check out the full list of winners (below) and let us know if you think everyone deserved to win!
Apparently, Russians like to party with rocker ballerinas while wearing floral pantsuits. Well, according to Robbie Williams they do!
On Thursday, the Take That alum released the music video for his new song, Party Like A Russian. In the visual for the lead single off his upcoming album, Heavy Entertainment Show, the 42-year-old dances throughout a massive mansion in a variety of ornate jackets with his posse of badass ballerinas.
But, the four girls didn't seem to be enough for the former boy band star, because he was eventually joined by a gaggle of girls dressed in white gowns, tiaras, and sashes!
And if this party doesn't sound crazy enough, there's also a soft-serve ice cream fight. Who doesn't want to see that?! Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
But the former bandmates will be putting their friendship on hold for UNICEF's Soccer Aid charity match — where they will play on opposite teams!
On Thursday, the pop stars put on their best game faces as they trained for the upcoming game that aims to raise money and vital support for Unicef's work for children in danger.
The annual charity game features two squads made up of 12 celebrities, eight soccer legends, and a professional manager — and this year, both teams are stacked!
The players joining Tomlinson on the England Team include celebs like
After the monumental success of her latest album 25, it's no secret Adele is one of the hottest music acts in the game.
And now that the British crooner's deal with her label has expired, music labels are willing to pay big bucks to sign the global superstar!
The Hello singer is reportedly about to say hi to a deal with Sony Music for $130 million!
According to the Sun, a source from Sony said:
Now this is hot!!!
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom took in Adele's Friday night concert at The Wiltern in El Lay — and while it was supposedly with friends, like they are pictured after the concert (above), maybe just a little bit more happened, too!
Even with Adele on stage beltin' her heart out, Katy and Orlando allegedly ignored her, according to reports — because they were kissing in the balcony!!!
Yeah, flanked by celebrities — including Tom Hanks and Robbie Williams — Katy and Orlando were apparently kissing and cuddling in the balcony enjoying the music while rolling in their own deep, according to a source:
Looks like Adele had a fun double date night!
On Wednesday, the Hello singer was spotted out with her baby daddy Simon Konecki at the Malibu-based restaurant Nobu. LOVES it!
However, the twosome were in good company as they grabbed sushi with fellow pop star Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field. Oh, to be a fly on the wall during THAT dinner.
Nonetheless, the mother-of-one appeared to be trying to keep a low profile as she was snapped
This is proof that patience pays off!
Take That, the British boy band formed 25 years ago that has since grown up, has just landed another big break, and they are coming across the pond to America — Las Vegas, to be exact!
According to a source, which didn't name the hotel in Sin City where the residency would take place, Vegas promoters are bullish on Take That making waves in America: