Adele Jams Out to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's 'WAP' During Savannah James' Birthday Party
Adele is truly living her best life!
On Friday evening, the 33-year-old musician attended Savannah James' 35th birthday party, where she was captured singing and dancing along to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP" during the night's festivities.
As seen in footage from an Instagram Story posted by Savannah's husband LeBron James, the "Hello" singer was spotted sitting on a platform and bopping along to the raunchy track as a nearby dancer strutted around a pole.
In follow-up videos from the celebratory event, Savannah was seen dancing to other upbeat tracks before singer Giveon was later seen serenading the crowd.
Last month, a source confirmed to PEOPLE that the singer has been dating James' agent Paul, 40, for "a few months."
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Paul — who the source said was previously in a serious relationship with Tobey Maguire's ex-wife Jennifer Meyer — also represents Ben Simmons, Anthony Davis, Lonzo Ball, and more.
The new couple previously sat side-by-side for Game 5 of the NBA Finals, where the Bucks bested the Suns 123-119, in mid-July.
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"It's not super serious, but they're having a good time," a source previously told PEOPLE of the pair's summer romance. "They have mutual friends in common, so that's been nice. She's having fun and being social."
The once-reclusive star has indeed been more public in recent months. Since separating from her ex-husband, entrepreneur Simon Konecki, in 2019 after seven years together, Adele — whose divorce was finalized in March — "has relaxed a lot," added the source. "She's not quite as private as when she was married."
Videos from the birthday party displayed a packed crowd, despite current COVID hospitalization rates at a six-month high (Due to the airborne nature of the COVID-19 virus, the CDC advises against crowded gatherings, even when vaccination status is known).