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Adele Hosted A Titanic-Themed Birthday Party But It's Rubbed People Up The Wrong Way
Singer Adele turned the 'dirty thirty' over the weekend, hosting a Titantic-themed party to celebrate the milestone.
Social media was flooded with snaps from the star-studded event, but the party's theme hasn't exactly been a hit with some of the 'Hello' singer's fans.
Posting on Instagram, Adele shared a series of images from the evening, in which she could be seen boogieing the night away in a life jacket with her celeb mates.
"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," she exclaimed.
"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."
Adele continued: "Last night was the best night of my life. Here's a couple pics. I'm absolutely f*cked, not sure I'll make it out the house again!"
Thanking her entertainment for the night, she added: "Ps Childish Gambino how the hell do you have time to offer us so much greatness on so many platforms. I adore you x [sic]."
But plenty of her followers are now pretty angry over some of the guests' choices of outfits, and have blasted the artist on social media.
One user vented: "Love @Adele but having a Titantic themed party, dressing in life jackets there's just something wrong about it. Thousands of people died. It was a tragic real event. @Adele how would you feel with a Grenfell styled party?! Disasters shouldn't be used as a theme for any party."
"That awkward moment when you realise actual real people died on Titanic because there weren't enough life jackets," added a second.
While a third echoed: "I think it was totally disgusting that you had a #Titanic theme. Aren't you aware of the tragedy in which 100s of people died? Shocking!!!!"
"Isn't this kinda/very inappropriate? Adele's Titanic themed birthday party had them dancing in life jacket... Thousands of people actually died," pointed out a final fan.
Adele's party seemed to be based on the Titanic movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, as she recreated many of its iconic moments, but the film was actually based on the real 1912 tragedy in which thousands of passengers died at sea.
Featured Image Credit: PA Images/Instagram/Adele