Adele Revealed Chris Stapleton Is Her Dream Duet Partner — And He Responded!
Adele is a worldwide superstar with a whopping 15 GRAMMYs under her belt and it’s likely that nearly every musical…
Adele is a worldwide superstar with a whopping 15 GRAMMYs under her belt and it’s likely that nearly every musical artist would jump at the chance to work with her. In a recent interview with Vogue, Adele finally revealed her dream duet partner and some fans may be surprised who she picked.
Adele participated in Vogue‘s 73 Questions series, which finds celebrities opening the doors to their home to give fans a look inside while answering questions about themselves. During the segment, Adele revealed her top three Beyoncé albums, her pick between Prince Harry and Prince William, her favorite venue to play and more.
While sipping on tea, Adele spilled all the tea, revealing her dream duet partner to be Chris Stapleton.
The country icon responded on Instagram with a comment on her latest post.
“👀,” is all Stapleton wrote, acknowledging that he watched the clip.
His wife, Morgane, also commented on the post with “🙇♀️,” the woman bowing emoji.
Fans were quick to reply, begging the superstars to join forces.
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Adele answered 95 questions for the video and even teased her new highly anticipated new album, 30, throughout the clip.
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Adele recently made history with the release of her new single, “Easy On Me,” becoming the most-played song in U.S. radio history during its first week on air.
Stapleton recently made headlines with his just-released Kelly Clarkson collab, “Glow.” The track appears on Clarkson’s new holiday album, When Christmas Comes Around…
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