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I Drink Wine - Happy Hour With Adele



The vocalist was referring to a music video premiere event with fans that the Independent called Happy Hour with Adele. "I Drink Wine" shows Adele floating down a scenic river with a glass of wine as she sings the emotional lyrics about her divorce from her ex-husband Simon Konecki.




I Drink Wine - Happy Hour With Adele



The Adele I Drink Wine official music video featuring Aquabatix USA starts with a man playing the piano on a bridge. The bridge is over a river with a sunset behind. Adele then comes into shot on a large inflatable ring, holding a glass of wine and starts singing. Adele passes by a couple and then a young child which reflects her childhood. The first sign of the synchronized swimmers is when an arm appears out of the water with a bottle of wine.


The video goes on to show Adele surrounded by the Aquabatix USA synchronized swimming troupe whilst she is singing. Eventually the swimmers move on to remove a man who is flirting with Adele and offer her more wine. The water possibly symbolizing the flow between past, present and future.


In the Joe Talbot-directed video, the singer floats down a lazy river clad in custom Valentino with a glass of wine in hand. Synchronized swimmers shower the superstar with rosé in the 7-minute video.


The video was directed by Joe Talbot, who Adele was inspired to work with after watching his directorial debut, The Last Black Man in San Francisco.[20] It features Adele floating down a river in a gold Valentino dress while drinking a glass of wine.


Karla Walsh is a Des Moines, Iowa-based freelance writer, editor, level one sommelier and former fitness instructor and personal trainer who balances her love of food and drink with her passion for fitness. (Or tries to, at least!) Her writing has been published in AllRecipes, Runner's World, Shape and Fitness Magazines, as well as on EatingWell.com, Shape.com, BHG.com, ReadersDigest.com, TheHealthy.com, Prevention.com, WomensHealthMag.com and more.


You can find a relationship between any three things by asking the right questions and connecting the dots. In this final episode of the Connect the Dots series, Teneille Gibson explains the link between the sneakers you wear, the wine you drink and the trains you ride. 041b061a72


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