The Brit singer, 28, mum to three-year-old son Angelo, broke down on stage in Texas hours after Trump’s victory this month.

In a dig at the Republican’s campaign slogan “Let’s make American great again” she told the audience: “America, I think you’re already f****** great.”
Last month she endorsed his “amazing” Democrat rival Hillary Clinton at her gig in Miami, telling the crowd: “Don’t vote for him.”
But Adele, who bought a £6.5million Hollywood mansion back in May, was left stunned by the shock result.
A pal said: “Adele’s gut reaction was to get out of LA.
“She was so pro-Hillary and was confident the result she favoured would happen.”
However she has yet to make a definite decision.
The pal went on: “Now some time has passed, she realises how great California is, given the schools, lifestyle and weather, and how she’s not disturbed as much as she is in the UK.
“Democrats are also heavily in the majority in California, so she’s surrounded by people of similar beliefs.”
A host of stars, including Adele’s comedian pal Amy Schumer, 35, have also threatened to leave the US.
Singer Miley Cyrus, 24, said: “I am moving if this is my president!
“I don’t say things I don’t mean.”
Cher, 70, who feuded with Trump even before he announced his candidacy, admitted that she wanted to “move to Jupiter”.
Barbra Streisand, 74 blasted: “He has no facts.
“I can’t believe it.
“I’m either coming to Australia if you’ll let me in, or Canada.”
The Sun revealed Adele’s new home has a huge outdoor trainset and neighbours include actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Mila Kunis.

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