Stormzy posted a new photo of Adele’s 30th party and it looked LIT 🔥

It was Titanic-themed


by Emma Dodds |
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Adele is never one to shy away from a party - so it was no surprise that when she turned 30 in May this year, she threw a pretty huge bash. The party, which was Titanic-themed, took place on 6th May this year, a day after her birthday on the 5th.

Obviously, it was a star-studded event, with James Corden, Alan Carr and Mark Ronson all in attendance, dressed to the nines and looking super fancy.

Sadly, there have been barely any photos released of the party, with only a few photos posted on social media including Alan's shot of his gifted life jacket, Mark Ronson's icy hairdo and three of Adele's own photos.

Adele dressed up as Rose, Kate Winslet's character from the 1997 film, ofc.

©Adele © Instagram

But now a brand new photo of the night has been uncovered - posted by none other than Stormzy, who shared a candid snap of himself giving a surprise performance at the do.

The photo shows Adele right at the front dancing her heart out, closely joined by James Corden who also looks to be in VERY high spirits.

Posting the photo yesterday for #ThrowbackThursday, Stormzy captioned it: 'Words will never be enough for this caption but #TBT to the best night of my entire life. Came out and surprised my friend Adele at her birthday party. If you know me you know what this meant the absolute world to me. BEST NIGHT EVER.'

Fans went wild for the pic, racking up nearly 1,000 comments and 93,000 likes in less than 24 hours.

It looks like they had an incredible night, something Adele confirmed in her own Instagram post which she shared a day after the party, writing: 'Dirty 30! I’m not sure what I’m going to do for the next 30 years as I’ve been blessed beyond words in my life so far.

'Thank you to everyone for coming along for the ride the last 11 years with me. My family and friends for entertaining my super fandom of the Titanic movie. Last night was the best night of my life.'

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