Sometimes superstardom can be a bit much, so celebrities often use body doubles or fake names to escape their fans or the chasing paparazzi.
Adele has a different plan, like Batman she changes her clothes and becomes a completely different person. Only instead of a mask and cape she puts on, pyjamas.
Adele told the Today program in America: “I’ve managed to stay out of the public eye recently. The other day I walked through Trafalgar Square. I was in my pyjamas. I had floral tracksuit bottoms on, a green coat and pink pumps. Luckily I had a massive umbrella so no one recognised me.”
“I don’t want to be in people's faces. I just want to make music.”
If Adele can get away with it, then it's official, PJs are now outside clothes too. We hope she makes dressing gowns into acceptable day-wear next.
She’s only just got the job but Britney is already facing some pretty harsh criticism. US shock jock Howard Stern has said, “Well, I think it’s a wonderful decision, you know, Britney still thinks the earth is flat.”
“I think we’re going to tune in to see… if she can sort of function through this thing, right? As far as any real criticism, I think that Simon and L.A. Reid will be doing that.”
“I think Britney’s going to stand there and eat a lollypop and you know, wear a sexy outfit. I don’t anticipate great opinions from her.”
“I think she’s going to sit there like J.Lo and ‘Oh, do you think I can get a perfume endorsement out of this?’”
“I’ll tune in to see what kind of train wreck she is, absolutely.”
Do you agree with Howard? Watch the video below to see more from the interview.
Rihanna has released a video to promote her latest single Talk That Talk where she talks about her meltdown in November that caused her to miss a gig and stay in hospital.
“One morning I woke up and started crying so hard. I finally got to my bed from the IV [drip] and I was just like. ‘Good I can actually get to sleep tonight’ because we stayed up and finished [the album] at 5pm the day before. So now I’m like ‘One good night of rest’. I get to bed and it must have been two hours before my phone started going off.”
I was so frustrated, I kept ignoring the phone. Every time it went off I would ignore it. But it would be another burden on my shoulders because I know it has to get done. I know I’m sick but I’m the only person who can get it done. So it was frustrating. I was so angry and overwhelmed that I was sick it felt crazy. I started crying. I cried for 10 minutes really, really hard in my pillow. I don’t cry loads. If I cry it’s because I’m very angry and I can’t do anything about it, because I’ve run into a dead end.
“But this time I almost wanted to punch somebody. I was so overwhelmed and the emails coming in were so inconsiderate. Everything that was going on with me was completely disregarded.”
Watch the video to see more (warning contains some rude words)