ADELE has a "new interest in acting" according to sources – who claim her team is "bending over backwards" to bag her a high profile movie role.
The Hello singer, who recently wowed with her 7st weight loss, is said to be hoping to build on the Oscar and Golden Globe she has already bagged for her soundtrack to James Bond flick, Skyfall.
Sources told MailOnline of the singer's planned switch and said: "Adele's label would do anything to keep her happy and are bending over backwards to support her new interest in acting.
"While they hope she will be a success they almost don't want her to get too busy as they need her in the studio recording the next hit album.
"It's a tricky one.
"While they are helping open doors they, like the rest of the world, want her to keep making those hits."
The vocalist, 32, is well-placed to dip her toe into the movie world as her record company's sister film businesses have an array of scripts.
Adele also proved a pro in front of the small screen after hosting US TV show, Saturday Night Live.
It was during that show she made an epic comeback and revealed her slimmed down figure, joking "I've only brought half of me."
She shed seven stone on a health kick after divorcing last year, and told viewers: “I know I look really different since you last saw me.
“But actually because of all the Covid restrictions and the travel bans, I had to travel light and only bring half of me — and this is the half I chose.”
A source has now claimed her new look will help her bag the Hollywood role she craves.
They told MailOnline: "It is still sadly the case in Hollywood that having a slim frame helps to attract a broader spectrum of film parts.
"So Adele's weight-loss could be a sign she's feeling camera-ready."
Meanwhile, the mum of one recently finalised her £140m divorce with Simon Konecki.
The pair married in a secret ceremony in 2017.
The agreement came two years after the singer announced their split.
The Sun exclusively revealed how Adele will not reference him in upcoming tracks for her fourth album as a mark of "respect."
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