Watch: Adele parties at Heaven’s G-A-Y Porn Idol


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Image: Jeremy Joseph G-A-Y Twitter

After picking up three Brit Awards earlier this week, Adele let loose at Heaven’s G-A-Y Porn Idol event on Thursday night. The star arrived at the iconic London club after taping an episode of The Graham Norton Show.

Watch the vid below.

Adele rocked up to Heaven in time for the regular G-A-Y Porn Idol amateur strip competition. This week’s hostess with the mostest — recently eliminated RuPaul’s Drag Race UK vs The World contestant —  Cheryl Hole.

(BTW bitches, UK is not pronounced ‘yucky’, even if UK vs The World is the biggest disappointment since Down Under.)

Adele at G-A-Y Porn Idol

Adele arrived at Heaven in a cream pants suit to watch the show. The crowd went wild when they finally realised who was standing in their midst. To think, just hours earlier, Heaven offered free entry to the night on their Facebook page to people who signed up for the guest list!

Security ushered Adele backstage but as the crowd chanted her name she reappeared to wave and take a turn on the stage. She joined Cheryl Hole for some of G-A-Y Porn Idol and even attempted a spot of pole dancing.

And, of course, she danced to ‘It’s Raining Men’.

Who can go to Heaven and not dance to ‘It’s Raining Men’?

Obviously, Adele felt more inclined to party after The Graham Norton Show than she did following the Brit Awards. She said that night, “I’m going straight back to my flat, bed and getting a McDonald’s, 100 per cent.”

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