Pop superstar Adele spends 4th of July in Minneapolis diner



Ahead of her highly anticipated performances in St. Paul this week, Adele was singing "Hi-Lo from the other side" in Minneapolis on 4th of July.

The pop superstar posted the picture from a diner on her Twitter and Instagram accounts wishing America "Happy 4th of July" on Monday.

Eagle-eyed Twitter users, such as Sarah Eldred, spotted the chairs match those from the "Hi-Lo Diner" on East Lake St.


There's no clue as to what the "Hello" singer ate at the recently-opened eatery – was she Rolling in the Deep Dish Pie? Chasing Pastries? Ok we're done.

The British songstress will perform in front of packed houses at the Xcel Energy Center on Tuesday and Wednesday, with Governor Mark Dayton declaring Tuesday "Adele Day" in Minnesota.

The Hi-Lo Diner meanwhile now has an enviable patron to go along with the excellent reviews it's had since opening in March.

The vintage diner let people know it was closed on 4th of July to spend the day "celebrating with family and friends."

Who knew how famous their friends were?


We're yet to see photographic confirmation of this yet, but rumor has it (sorry) Adele was also at the Eagan 4th of July Festival.



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