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Adele observed soccer, fried food at Brit's Pub

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Adele's two-night tour kickoff in the Twin Cities included visits to a variety of local eateries between shows. The latest sighting -- Brit's Pub Wednesday night, as confirmed on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/britspubmpls/status/751081056636379137

Being a Brit herself, it only makes sense that the pop star would stop to watch Wales take on Portugal in a Euro 2016 (European football) match. She also sampled the food and found it to be not very British, according to Star Tribune reporter Chris Riemenschneider.

https://twitter.com/ChrisRstrib/status/750866533396541440

She was also recently spotted at the Hi-Lo Diner and an Eagan 4th of July festival, and Gov. Dayton declared Tuesday as "Adele Day."

Adele hits Chicago next for three dates at the United Center. Also read a review of her show and see what else she did in Minnesota.

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