Adele reveals her plans to be less private 'what's the worst that could happen?'

Adele has said she wants to be less focused on privacy and 'go out more'

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Adele has unveiled her plans to be less private and 'go out more' after years of taking her privacy seriously.

Speaking on Friday's edition of The Graham Norton Show, the singer revealed she'd like to be 'less anal' about her privacy. The news is sure to hype up her fans, days after Adele’s huge diamond ring at the BRITs sent fans into overdrive. But is this showy display a sign of a more open Adele?

Graham quizzed Adele about how she 'vanishes' for a few years after every album she releases, asking if she'll be doing the same after her Vegas shows.

Adele then replied, "I definitely will but I am trying to make a conscious effort to stop being so anal with my privacy."

She added, "For example, I try and go out for dinner a bit more now which I know sounds pathetic, but like what's the worst that could happen? Nothing!

"I will be disappearing in terms of my music, but you might see a glimpse of me now and then and I won't be in complete hiding."

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This comes after Adele opened up about her baby plans with boyfriend Rich Paul.

She said, "I would like to have more children. I only just feel like I've caught up with my sleep from nine years ago when I had my son." 

She went on to confirm that her Las Vegas residency will go ahead in 2022, dispelling recent speculation that ticketholders could be waiting until next year to see their idol perform live. 

'Weekends with Adele' at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace was canceled last month just one day before its first show, leaving thousands of fans in the dark over the concert series' future. 

"It is absolutely 100% happening this year. It has to happen this year because I've got plans for next year," she said,  before implying just what those 'plans' might be. "Imagine if I have to cancel because I am having a baby!" 

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