Adele taking a break from music after Las Vegas residency

Adele plans to go straightforward on herself after finishing her Las Vegas residency — form of.

On the Los Angeles premiere of her new music video for “I Drink Wine” on Tuesday, Adele held a Q&A session with followers and revealed her post-residency agenda, based on the Solar. As a substitute of engaged on her subsequent album, the singer-songwriter intends to get a level in English literature.

“If I hadn’t made it in my singing, I think I would definitely be a teacher. I think I’d be an English lit teacher,” Adele stated on the occasion.

“I definitely feel like I use my passion of English lit in what I do. But even though it’s not like I’d go on to get a job from my degree, I wish I had gone to university, I wish I’d had that experience.”

The “Oh My God” hitmaker clarified that she’s going to enroll in a web based program and research remotely with a tutor.

“That’s my plan for 2025,” she stated, based on the Solar. “It’s just to get the qualifications.”

Along with a level, Adele stated she want to pursue an appearing profession. She revealed that she has reached out to “Elvis” director Baz Luhrmann and expressed a want to work with him.

“I sent him a text saying, ‘I wish I was in this movie, please don’t retire, let me do something,’” she instructed followers.

“But I wouldn’t sing in it,” she added. “I would act, but only one movie. I’d come, do one movie, nail it, and f— off.”

Within the newly launched music video for “I Drink Wine,” Adele will be seen floating down a river with a glass of rosé in her hand, surrounded by stunning folks (together with “Insecure” heartthrob Kendrick Sampson) in a fairytale wonderland.

On the launch celebration for the video, Adele recalled how she and her buddies tried to drink her “sorrows away” after she and ex-husband Simon Konecki cut up. The “30″ artist is now dating sports agent Rich Paul.

“It got to the point where I was like, ‘I can’t drink anymore, I’m not making any f— progress, I’m just drunk all the f— time,’” Adele stated throughout Tuesday’s Q&A. “It was medication when I was feeling like that, sadly.”

Adele will kick off her Vegas residency at Caesar’s Palace on Nov. 18 after suspending the live performance sequence on the final minute in January. The Grammy winner tearfully defined on the time that her Vegas set wasn’t “ready,” partially as a consequence of supply delays and a COVID-19 outbreak amongst her crew that made the present “impossible to finish” on schedule.

“I know for some of you it was a horrible decision on my part, and I will always be sorry for that, but I promise you it was the right one,” Adele stated upon unveiling new dates for the residency in July.

“To be with you in such an intimate space every week has been what I’ve most been looking forward to and I’m going to give you the absolute best of me.”