Adele reveals the video for her new single and all we will say is “Oh my god”

When Adele promised to “get so much from her” in 2022, she really meant it – at least if you can follow the video for her latest single Oh My God.

The singer serves looks and drama in the breathtaking black and white clip for the second single from her multi-platinum album 30.

The video was officially revealed on Wednesday and features multiple versions of Adele flanked by various cast members, dancers and even a horse.

The video is arguably her most exciting visual to date, and it also united Adele with director Sam Brown, who previously directed the clip for her 2010 hit Rolling In The Deep.

Adele in the Oh My God video

“Working back together a decade later was nostalgic to say the least,” she said in a post that revealed the video on Instagram. “We shot this movie the day Easy On Me was released. Millions of things happened at once. But the attention to detail from the crew was borderline hilarious – thanks for your patience and it was a lot of fun putting it all together.

“Even though there was a huge python on set right at the end, I threw my ass right out of there!”

She added, “Big thanks to Harris Reed, Louis Vuitton and The Queens House – Vivienne Westwood for the most stunning clothes to sing my ‘I’m a hot mess’ song in!”

Oh My God serves as the successor to Easy On Me, which jumped straight to number one when it was released in October.

This year promises to be another exciting year for Adele, who is on the verge of starting a weekend retreat in Las Vegas and giving fans their first chance to see her live in more than five years.

She will also be returning to the UK this summer to play two shows in London’s Hyde Park as part of the British Summertime Festival.

Adele also looks prepared for big things at this year’s Brit Awards as she has received four nominations alongside Ed Sheeran, Dave and Little Simz.

She is nominated for Artist of the Year and Best Pop / R&B Act, while Easy On Me was nominated for Best Single and received a nomination for the coveted title of Best British Album 30.

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