From her top three Beyonce albums to her Al Pacino impression and John Mayor’s advice following her vocal surgery, Adele covered a wide variety of topics during Vogue’s 73 Questions.

When asked about her “proudest possession”, the “Easy on Me” singer, who is about to release her new album 30 in November, responded, “It’s actually inside. Let’s go in.”

The 33-year-old handed over a photo frame labelled “Celine Dion’s gum.”

“It’s pretty amazing,” she said.

She explained that The Late Late Show host and personal friend James Corden gifted it to her, knowing how much of a die-hard Celine fan she was.

Corden did a Carpool Karaoke segment with Dion back in 2019 and “made her spit her gum into a piece of paper” which he later framed for Adele.

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“It’s my proudest possession,” she added.

The 18-minute tell-all clip has racked nearly four million views overnight. The singer paid homage to her British roots throughout the video after kicking off with the Hotspur Football Club chant in her modern Los Angeles home.

“My sarcastic humour doesn’t actually travel,” she revealed about the transition from the UK to the US.

Through a classic game of This or That, she opted for Tesco over Sainsbury's (as Tesco was the only supermarket in her neighbourhood growing up), but overall, Marks & Spencers wins.

She also revealed she prefered Blur to Oasis, the Spice Girls to The Beatles, Liam to Noel Gallagher and Prince Harry to William – which comes as no surprise following her 2011 interview with Glamour magazine – long before Harry met Meghan.

“I’m after Prince Harry,” Adele told the magazine. “I know I said I wouldn’t go out with a ginger, but it’s Prince Harry! I’d be a real duchess then. I’d love a night out with him. He seems like a right laugh.”

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