Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden Were Seen Kissing at Adele's Concert

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Photo credit: BG008/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images
Photo credit: BG008/Bauer-Griffin - Getty Images

On Friday night, 65,000 people gathered for the the BST Hyde Park Festival in London to watch Adele take the stage, and in the crowd were actress Cameron Diaz and her husband Benji Madden. Photographers snapped pics of the couple getting groovy and very affectionate as they took in the Grammy-award winner's performance.

The pair have been married since 2015 and have a 2-year-old daughter named Raddix Madden, but their romance is obviously still very much alive. They were seated in the VIP section, clearly enjoying their date night as they laughed and kissed throughout the show.

Adele is good friends with the couple's sister-in-law, Nicole Ritchie, so it probably wasn't too hard to get the quality seats. Also in the VIP section was actor Tom Cruise, who apparently enjoys Adele's lovelorn ballads. Other celebrities at the show included James Corden, Cameron Diaz, Niall Horan and Milly Bobby Brown.

Adele admitted to the audience that it was an emotional moment for her to be returning to the stage after so long since her last live performance in Wembley in 2017, but soon into her set she declared, “My god, I'm back at home.”

The show opened with “Hello,” and included classic hits “Rolling In The Deep” and “Someone Like You.” She did perform five tracks from her latest album, 30, as well.

The singer was set to open her Las Vegas residency in January of this year, but ended up postponing the start of her running show. In a new interview with the BBC, she said that the backlash to that decision was very difficult to face, and left her a “shell of a person” for a while. She also said that the new dates for her upcoming residency should be announced soon.

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