Singer Adele celebrated her 30th birthday in style with a Titanic-themed party that she described as "the best night of my life".
After turning the big 3-0 on Saturday, the British singer publicly thanked loved ones Sunday for fulfilling her wishes.
Adele will never let go of her 20s, but she's embracing dirty 30 like its a 3-hour-long James Cameron movie!
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"Thank you to everyone for coming along for the ride the last 11 years with me". Yup: To ring in her 30s, Adele threw a Titanic-themed bash that would certainly leave Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet speechless.
Taking to her social media, the singer revealed the party was the "best night of her life" but admitting she was definitely still suffering from the after-effects of the alcohol-filled night the next day. Here's a couple of pics.
And it seems she may have had a little too much fun, because she continues, "I'm absolutely f****d, not sure I'll make it out the house again!"
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She tweeted a pic on that famous staircase in 2016.
Alan Carr, Mark Ronson, inset, and Aaron Paul were among the celebs at the event in Beverly Hills. In another snap, she can be seen partying with her guests in life jackets emblazoned with her 30th birthday "logo" - recreating the movie's fateful ending.
Adele, this is why we love you. Not exactly a good party theme'. But a life jacket?! WTF?! Ha!'
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