Adele & Beau Rich Paul Pack On The PDA In Private Suite At Chargers Game With Rap Mogul Jay-Z
Adele and beau Rich Paul enjoyed a night out on the town watching a Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs game on Thursday, December 16.
The lovebirds got a little handsy as they sat next to each other. In photos obtained by TMZ, the duo casually cuddled in a suite next to rap icon Jay-Z and business Maverick Carter. The rapper's wife Beyoncé was not spotted at the event. The "Easy on Me" songstress and her mega-agent boo were snapped on the cam during the second quarter of the game in full PDA mode. (Chargers lost to the Chiefs 34-28.)
Basketball phenom LeBron James was feeling a little FOMO as he tweeted, "Who the heck are Jay-Z and Adele’s +1s????," he wrote teasingly about his business partner Carter.
Sporting events are on brand for the duo as Adele and the 39-year-old hunk went public with their relationship during Game 5 of the NBA Finals in July.
Paul is the “Rolling in the Deep” singer’s first high-profile relationship since calling it quits with her ex over two years ago. In April 2019, Adele announced she and ex-hubby Simon Konecki — who share son Angelo — would be going their separate ways after just one year of marriage. Their divorce was finalized in January.
The 33-year-old Grammy winner is enjoying a little R&R before she embarks on a Las Vegas residency that is already setting Sin City ablaze, with resale tickets for the shows selling online for a whopping $35,000.
OK! reported, on Tuesday, November 30, the hitmaker announced she's set to launch "Weekends With Adele", beginning next year, at Caesars Palace Colosseum. Her string of concerts will kick off on January 21 and will run every Friday and Saturday until April 16.
According to an OK! insider, Adele is certainly cashing in on her return to the limelight after releasing 30 following her six-year hiatus from fame. Before the songstress confirmed her residency, the source spilled: "The deal is signed and she will earn well north of a $1 million per show!"