Adele Is Twinning With Morticia Addams in These Pics, Fans Are Obsessed

The award-winning singer-songwriter channeled ‘The Addams Family’ matriarch.
Adele

Adele.


For her Las Vegas residency show this past weekend, Grammy Award-winning artist Adele chose to adopt an alias. In honor of spooky season, she donned a Morticia Addams costume for the occasion, complete with a floor length black dress and a long dark wig.

The London native wore a custom Arturo Obegero gown, while she accessorized her look with sheer black gloves and several rings adorning her fingers. Adele’s glam, courtesy of Anthony H. Nguyen, was the icing on the cake, featuring thick black eyeliner, dark, smokey eye shadow, and an overlined ombré black lip. Even her stiletto manicure by Zola Ganzorigt had a spooky vibe, with blood red tips.

The “Rolling in the Deep” Singer showed off her gothic look, styled by Jamie Mizrahi, on Instagram on Oct. 29 to major fanfare. She shared a selection of snaps captured by photographer Raven B. Varona that showed off her full costume both backstage and throughout her performance.

Several of Adele’s 55 million followers piped in to the comments section with similar sentiments: they couldn’t believe how much she resembled the matriarch from The Addams Family.

“I THINK WE JUST FOUND THE NEW MORTICIA FOR THE ADAMS FAMILY REBOOT,” one person declared.

“MOTHER MOTHERED,” someone else gushed.

“YES MORTICIA ADAMS 😍,” another person cheered.

“You better slay Morticia 😍,” an additional user added.

“If Morticia and Cher has a baby!😍🔥,” another follower suggested.

Adele’s residency, “Weekends With Adele,” began last November and is scheduled to run through next June at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

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