Adele looked fantastic as she took centre stage at the BST Hyde Park Festival in London on Saturday, draped in a Pride flag.
The 34-year-old singer impressed the 65,000-strong crowd during her second public performance since headlining two Wembley Arena performances in 2017.
The award-winning musician sang her classic When We Were Young while draping the rainbow flag over her shoulders and gleamed beneath the dazzling stage lights.
Her blonde hair was arranged in loose curls that cascaded down beyond her shoulders as she lifted her arm in the air, letting the Pride flag flutter in the breeze.
Earlier in the day, floats lined Park Lane as revellers strolled from Hyde Park Corner to Whitehall wearing face paint, glitter, jewels, and sequins to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the UK’s first LGBT+ parade.
As the historic event occurred in central London, organisers dubbed it the “largest and most inclusive event in history.”
Adele played Hello, her debut single, as well as songs from her most recent album 30, including I Drink Wine, in front of a massive crowd. She also sang some of her most well-known songs, like Rolling In The Deep and Someone Like You.
Adele has had voice problems in the past, but she held them at bay throughout the concert by sipping a hot drink to ease her throat.
It was Adele’s second public performance after she headlined two Wembley Arena performances in 2017. In January, she cancelled her residency in Las Vegas.
After playing her first song on Friday, the diva greeted the audience and told them she was ‘f**king s****ing herself.’
As she glanced out across the massive throng, she said that she is so pleased to be back.
Adele was preceded on stage by an all-female lineup that included Kasey Musgraves, Gabrielle, and Self Esteem.