What do hetero chicks do when they want to keep Night At The Roxbury-type dude bros off their asses and terrible music from ruining their Friday night out? They party with the gays, obviously. A self-proclaimed “stay at home mom” going out drinking with her recently engaged friend at a NYC gay dive bar should be no big deal, except when the mom is the second “greatest singer in da world” Adele and her friend is America’s farting and falling sweetheart Jennifer Lawrence.
Adele and Jennifer crashed the gay bar Pieces (described by one Twitter user as a place that “always smells faintly of stale gutter water and balls”) last night and ended up partying with members of the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus during drag host Brita Filter‘s set. You know second tenor Kenneth was pissed he decided to stay home and wash his cat on that particular Friday rather than party with his choral mates because he just couldn’t stand to breathe in the acrid air of stale gutter water and balls one more time. Bad move, Kenneth!
NewNowNext has the scoop on how Adele and Jennifer crashed Pieces. Luckily every cellphone in the bar was there to film it for Twitter.
“Hi, my name’s Adele,” the British singer told the crowd, as if they didn’t know, modestly introducing herself as “a stay-at-home mum.” When Brita asked if the married lady was still ready to mingle and have a great time with the gays, Adele responded, “Fucking obviously!”
At one point Adele loudly teased JLaw about her recent engagement to art dealer boyfriend Cooke Maroney, which the Hunger Games star yelled “has nothing to do with my drinking abilities!”
Here’s a video of Adele clearly here for it:
AN ALLY pic.twitter.com/Hx9FwQpEde
— stephen ossola (@stephenossola) March 23, 2019
Since Adele announced the end of touring, the only place you may be able to spot her now is on a tour of the world’s gay dive bars. Watch the attendee numbers rise on every gutter water and ball smelling joint around the world. The odds are equivalent to a Sasquatch sighting in the woods, but hey, totally worth the price of the free admission.