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Adele Talks About Sobriety and Alcohol

Adele Confirms She's Entered "Red Wine Season" After She Previously Quit Drinking

Adele Talks About Sobriety and Alcohol
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Adele has had a rollercoaster relationship with alcohol. The multi-award-winning singer has long been open about how much she has loved a tipple or two over the years. She even sings about it in her hit single "I Drink Wine" on her 2021 album, "30". But she's also had periods of sobriety, choosing to abstain from alcohol during particularly tumultuous times of her life.

While chatting with the crowd at one of her Las Vegas residency shows in October, she revealed she quit drinking three and half months before, although she didn't expand about what led her to make the change. Previously, she took some time being sober after her divorce from Simon Konecki and has opened up about her dad's toxic relationship with alcohol.

A few weeks later, she announced she will be back drinking as she takes a break from her Weekends With Adele shows, but there are many celebs who have chosen to make sobriety a permanent change. Lily Allen announced she is four years sober earlier this year, having previously opened up about her struggles with alcohol addiction and substance abuse. Tom Holland originally took part in Dry January, before deciding to continue not drinking as he felt he has more "mental clarity", and Liam Payne chose to quit alcohol after finding it didn't serve him anymore.

In Adele's typically candid style, read ahead for all the times the singer has opened up about alcohol and sobriety.

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