Adele declines diet plans offers to be a national spokeswoman

Adele has “flatly declined” to promote diet strategies and workout videos after her 98 pound weight-loss.

Adele has “flatly declined” to promote diet plans and exercise videos.

The ‘Someone Like You’ hitmaker has been offered numerous “multi-million dollar offers” to front new food companies and diet plan plans after her 98 pound weight loss, however she has actually refused all business deals.

A source informed The Sun on Sunday newspaper: “Adele has flatly refused several multi-million pound deals, including diet plans, food companies, vegetarian lifestyle packages, cookbooks, exercise videos and even catwalk modelling. Firms have pitched the Oscar-winner deals galore, but she wants to shy away from being a Kardashian clone by earning loads from a side hustle.”

Adele even satirized her excellent weight-loss as she hosted ‘Saturday Night Live’ recently.

Addressing her slender figure in her opening monologue, Adele joked: “I know I look really really different since you last saw me. But actually because of all the restrictions and the travel bans, I had to travel light and I could only bring half of me, and this is the half I chose.”

The 32-year-old singer likewise discussed her history with ‘Saturday Night Live’, after she initially appeared as the musical guest 12 years earlier.

She said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be finally hosting this show. A show that not only do I genuinely love, but the show that broke my career here in America, 12 very long years ago. I was the musical guest back in 2008, when Sarah Palin came on with Ms. Tina Fey, and so obviously a few million people tuned in to watch it and the rest is now history.”

Adele closed her opening monologue by thanking the frontline workers – who formed part of the live studio audience – for their relentless efforts in the face of the ongoing pandemic.

She discussed:  “Before we start the show, I want to say a genuine and sincere thank you to the frontline workers who are all down here in the audience. They say that once you’ve been to New York you keep a little piece of it in your heart forever, so I give it up to you, and give it up to yourselves as well.”

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