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Adele left fans confused as she wrapped up the US leg of her world tour, telling the crowd she was off to "have a baby".
The singer thanked her band and the audience who had come out to support her in Phoenix, Arizona saying: "Give it up for my band! Give it up for me! I did it! I'll see you on the other side. In a couple of years, I'll be back, and you won't be able to get rid of me." Before leaving the stage, the 28-year-old was then heard saying she was going to "have a baby". The moment was captured by a fan on Twitter, leading other social media followers to comment on Adele's 'baby' news.
"Does Adele mean "I'm pregnant" or "I want a few years off again and I want another baby" I need to know," tweeted one fan. "So did you actually say you're gonna have another baby?? If so; Congrats! If not: sorry, forget I even mentioned it..." asked another.
Adele, who already has a four-year-old son Angelo with her partner Simon Konecki, has not commented on the news on her social media feeds. She has, however, revealed that she will be performing in London on two nights in June and July 2017, which has led others to believe that she is not expecting her second baby. The Tottenham-born singer also has to complete dates in Australia and New Zealand next spring, before her live tour officially ends in March.
Adele's little boy was excited to welcome his mum home for the Christmas period. Sharing a photo on Instagram, the singer showed off a handmade banner that her son had painted, which read: "Mummy you did it!!" "I just finished my 107 shows in 10 months. 100% live every night. I bloody smashed it, even if I do say so myself. You lot have been incredible, every night you've been so beautiful, loving and engaged," Adele wrote. "My band and my crew you made the whole thing turn. And my beautiful family made it easy for me to do. Big love x."
The Grammy winner has previously admitted that she is "too scared" to have a second baby after suffering postpartum depression with Angelo. "I felt very inadequate; I felt like I'd made the worst decision of my life… It came in many different forms," she told Vanity Fair. "Eventually I just said, I'm going to give myself an afternoon a week, just to do whatever I want without my baby. A friend of mine said, 'Really? Don't you feel bad?' I said, 'I do, but not as bad as I'd feel if I didn't do it.'" She added: "I love my son more than anything, but on a daily basis, if I have a minute or two, I wish I could do whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted. Every single day I feel like that."
2016.11.24 / 13:24