New body? Check. New music? Check. New love interest? To be determined.

Adele is thriving in life right now. Not only is she getting into great shape physically, but she has fans eagerly awaiting the release of her new music, which she's believed to have teased for a September release. Most recently though, she's re-sparked rumors that there is a new man in her life. That man is rumored to be British rapper Skepta.

Although speculation of the two musicians' potential romance first dates back to October 2019, it was revisited after the "Hello" singer decided to take a trip down memory lane on June 26. Sharing two snapshots with her almost 40 million Instagram followers, she donned the iconic dress she wore during her performance during the 2016 Glastonbury Music Festival.

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"5 ciders in," she captioned the Instagram post.

It's in the comments section of the post that things got a little flirty when Skepta commented, "Finally got your Instagram password lol."

Adele kept her response simple and replied with the red heart emoji and winking emoji.


5 ciders in __

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The details of any type of relationship between Adele and Skepta -- whether friends or lovers -- remains a mystery at the moment, but sources previously told The Sun that the two bonded over their respective breakups.

"Adele and Skepta have been there for each other a lot after both their relationships split up. They have a close bond and there’s definitely a special connection," an insider dished in October.

The source shared that the powerhouse singer and the 37-year-old were "spending more and more time together" and added that "they are both private about their love lives and they are both committed to their children first and foremost as well."

Adele shares 7-year-old Angelo Adkins with her ex, while Skepta has a young daughter that's between one and two years old.

Adele arrives at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 12, 2017. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni