Adele spotted partying with Daniel Kaluuya and Drake at Oscars afterparty

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Adele (2017 Invision)
Adele (2017 Invision)

Adele has been spotted partying with Drake and Daniel Kaluuya at an Oscars afterparty.

As reported by Capital FM, the British singer was in attendance at a party hosted by Kaluuya, who won the Best Supporting Actor award at the ceremony on Sunday night (25 April) for his role in Shaka King’s Judas and the Black Messiah.

In a video posted on Instagram by @Curly_Bartender (the party’s caterers), Adele can be seen with a large group of friends, singing along to the 2002 hit song “I’m Real” by Jennifer Lopez and Ja Rule.

Kaluuya’s Judas and the Black Messiah co-star Amber Chardae Robinson shared a photo of the pair together at the party.

Kaluuya’s win over the weekend made him the first Black British actor to take home an Academy Award for acting. You can read The Independent’s four-star review of the film here.

Earlier this year Alan Carr gave fans an update on Adele’s highly anticipated new album, which will follow after her 2015 record 25.

“I’ve actually heard some tracks on it [and] oh my god, it’s so amazing,” said Carr.

A release date for the album has not yet been announced.

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