Adele was thought to have died in her friend Alan Carr’s home.
The 28-year-old “Chasing Pavement” singer reportedly crashed in her friend Alan Carr’s home sometime ago after the release of her album “21.”
The television personality and comedian told in his autobiography “Alanatomy,” that he thought Adele died in his home when she no longer gave signs that she was alive.
He said the singer was still mending her broken heart when she went to his house.
“Although [Adele] had purged her feelings in 21 she was still cut up about her ex and completely inconsolable,” he said in the autobiography, which is being serialised in The Sun.
Alan Carr said he regularly gives Adele tea and food outside her door and he became worried that when she did not peep out for days.
He said, “Paul (Drayton, my partner) said, “Adele is upstairs, we better go and see if she’s OK.”
Alan Carr meanwhile thought Adele died, and wondered if they should build a museum for her fans.
“‘I daren’t. What if she’s dead?” We looked at each other,” he said. “Just out of interest, if the world’s biggest star dies in your house, does the price go up or down? I’m asking for a friend.
“Would we get a plaque? Could we turn it into a museum? Would we have busloads of Adele fans tying wreaths to our knocker?”
Adele, who is known for her award-winning break-up songs, has a three-year-old child Angelo with current partner Simon Konecki.
Adele just released her “25” album last year with her comeback track “Hello.”
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She said in an interview that “Hello” is not about her ex.
“‘The song is about hurting someone’s feelings but it’s also about trying to stay in touch with myself, which sometimes can be a little bit hard to do,” she told i-D.