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Adele manages to avoid a fall off stage during Brisbane live concert

But having made no further mention of it, her fans went into meltdown, speculating about whether she had married Simon Konecki.

"They're everywhere", she continued, as the crowd laughed. She shared a sweet yet powerful message about the road to finding love in at a recent concert in Brisbane, Australia.

During that discussion, the 25 artist confirmed her marriage to her longtime partner, entrepreneur and philanthropist Simon Konecki.

"I'm sorry, I'm not Australian, I don't like bugs!" How she completely fell in love with him and how addicted she is to that feeling of falling head over heels.

During her acceptance speech for album of the year at the 2017 Grammys, the world heard Adele thank her "husband" and son for being the "only reason" she performs.

Adele said, "I could see in their eyes as they were listening to it on their headphones that it reminded them of something or someone".

"That feeling when you first fall for someone is the best feeling on earth", she said.

"Obviously I can't go through with those feelings because I'm married now", she added. "I found my next person".

Of Konecki, Adele said: "I've had boys all my life, and it's so much better if you have a man. Boys are insecure; they can't keep up with me". While she didn't give many details about the whereabouts or timing of the wedding, Heat magazine alluded to the idea that the nuptials took place at the couple's home in Los Angeles.

"It was an intimate affair with just close family and friends".

We hope it's not too late to say congratulations, Adele!

Adele and Konecki, 42, began dating in 2011.

However the songstress finally confirmed the news once and for all at her Brisbane concert on Saturday night, as she explained what she wanted to achieve with her hit Someone Like You.

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