She’s brought traffic to a stand-still, witnessed someone fainting and wowed over 95,000 fans with her spell-binding voice during her two-day sell-out Sydney concerts.
And just when we thought Adele couldn’t cram anymore excitement into her short Ausssie stay, she surprised concert-goers last night with some rather interesting baby news.
During one of her candid talks to the crowd, the 28-year-old revealed she was 'secretly pregnant' with son Angelo, now four, when given the script to Skyfall, having initially turned down the opportunity 'seven years ago.'
Talking about singing the Skyfall theme, her Oscar-winning James Bond theme song, the British star said:
They gave me the script and I was secretly pregnant [with son Angelo, now four],' Adele began.
'I got to read the script and I thought it was amazing. I was heavily pregnant by the time I was recording it [the track].
'I got asked six-and-a-half seven years ago. Obviously I said no because I would say no to absolutely everything.
'I was trying to play hard to get, treat them mean, keep them keen. And then when they said they would ask someone else, I thought, "Oh f***, s***, hang on a minute."
'Thank God they gave me another chance,' she continued.
Friday's Sydney show, also saw Adele open up about the side effects of her pregnancy.
'And a side effect or symptom, however you felt about your pregnancy, was my voice got a lot lower. So, my larynx dropped,' she said.
'Any other females here sound like a man when they were pregnant? No, just me?
'OK. Basically, that's why the verse is so very low. That's the reason, and these days I do struggle to get down there, so do bear with me, alright?' she continued.