Adele's 30th birthday might prove she probably is the biggest fan of the 1997 romantic film Titanic, the theme for her special and grand celebration.
The singer's three decades on Earth was celebrated a la Titanic style, as Adele dressed as Kate Winslet's character. The photos she shared showed her shimmering dress and her look with ringlets, pretty much just how Rose looked like in the film.
It's not only the hair that mimic's Rose, but also the outfit that seemed to have come out of Titanic. That's not all. She was able to pull off her recreation of the party held for third class ticket holders, and a photo showed Adele pulling her dress just like how Rose did it in the film.
But of course, as much as everything was on point during Adele's Titanic-themed birthday bash, one thing's not. Guests wore lifejackets while they danced. Fortunately, no one died as well.
In the caption she shared that she's not sure where her next 30 years will take her to, especially since she's been given a lot of things already. Furthermore, Adele thanked everyone who gamely joined her in herTitanic-themed birthday celebration.
"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. Last night was the best night of my life," she wrote.
Adele also took to the caption to praise and adore Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, who was Saturday Night Live's recent musical guest where he did a parody of A Quiet Place with Aidy Bryant, Kenan Thompson, Beck Bennett, and Cecily Strong that poked fun of Kanye West's tweets.
Judging by her photos, it is safe to say that she enjoyed the night away. Adele seemed to have hinted that by saying she was "absolutely f**cked."
The "Hello" hitmaker and Grammy award-winner has been known to take things up a notch in various celebrations. Previously, Adele costumed as Jim Carrey's The Mask and Dolly Parton.
But of her late Titanic birthday party, it ultimately proved that she was an avid fan of the hit film that popularized Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On." In January, Adele shared a hoodie with Dion's photo as she referred to her as "queen." The British singer stressed that the concert was "an absolute highlight of my life."