Adele Is Unrecognizable at 'Titanic'-Themed Birthday Party

Joann Johnston
May 8, 2018

Adele turned 30 over the weekend and celebrated in epic fashion.

After turning the big 3-0 on Saturday, the British singer publicly thanked loved ones Sunday for fulfilling her wishes.

"'My family and friends for entertaining my super fandom of the Titanic movie", she continued. The star, who dressed up as Kate Winslet's character Rose, looked in her element as she arrived at the party.

She even donned a life-jacket, just like the ones in the film, as she danced with her friends.

She called the party "the best night of my life". Here's a couple of pics. "I'm absolutely f**ked, not sure I'll make it out the house again!", she joked. During his career, the star had become a 15-time victor of the musical award Grammy, as well as in 2017, she took third place in the Forbes magazine list of "30 most highly paid sports stars and show business are under 30 years old".

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Sharing the pics, she wrote: "Dirty 30!"

'Wasn't able to do all my shows, but was thrilled that Adele came to one of them....

Another agreed, tweeting, 'Isn't this kinda/very inappropriate?

Comic and shut pal Alan Carr - who married his companion at a wedding officiated by the singer earlier this yr - shared {a photograph} of a life jacket he had taken from the celebration. Not exactly a good party theme'.

More than 1,500 people out of the 2,224 on board died when the Titanic struck an iceberg in the north Atlantic on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City on April 15, 1912.

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