Rumours of a split between Adele and her boyfriend of over three years Simon Konecki have been put to bed after the star spent a day at Glastonbury cosying up to her American-born beau.
The Someone Like You songstress (27) spent the day at the UK’s biggest music festival and was accompanied by her charity CEO boyfriend (41), who she has been in a relationship with since summer 2011.
The pair left their little boy Angelo (2) at home and were spotted kissing in Glastonbury’s VIP area as they enjoyed their day out.
“They looked like a couple in love – both smiling and clearly in the mood for the festival,” a source told People.
“They’re staying in the poshest VIP area. Only the biggest celebrities are allowed in. One Direction are staying in there too.”
Adele sparked rumours of a split after the couple failed to attend the wedding of Elton John and David Furnish last December.
Sources revealed that Simon and Adele were “leading separate lives”.
The multi-Grammy award winning singer and Simon share a £2.5m home in Brighton but Adele was rumoured to be living with her mum for weeks prior to Christmas 2014.
Meanwhile, Kanye West's headline Glastonbury set was interrupted last night when comedian Lee Nelson, the character invented by comedian Simon Brodkin, invaded the stage.
A renowned stage invader, Nelson crashed the 2014 X Factor live shows, where he mimed alongside eight piece boyband Stereokicks. The band was so numerous it seemed to take a while for security to realise Nelson wasn't supposed to be there.
Nelson ran onto the stage during West's set and started leaping around and rapping along with the star, who stopped singing to beckon security. A guard promptly tackled Nelson off the stage.
Although the invader wasn't identified initially, it didn't take people long to speculate that it was in fact Nelson, who also attempted to pose as a member of the England football squad at an airport in 2014.
Nelson quickly took to Twitter, displaying a t-shirt which read "Lee-zus", resembling West's merchandise and monicker Yeezus.
After Nelson was escorted by from the stage by a member of security, West insisted on beginning his song again.
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