Adele has admitted she loved that there was a snap of her with her "t*** out" in her recent Vogue shoot.
The Rolling In The Deep singer, 33, graced the front cover of the fashion bible as she made her return to the music scene after a lengthy hiatus.
And the picture of the star in a stunning low-cut yellow dress that highlights her impressive assets certainly made a splash.
According to the Daily Mail, Adele has now said in a radio interview that she "nailed" the steamy shoot and liked the fact that her boobs were front and centre in one of the shots.
"I love that there was one with my t*ts out'," she said on Kiss FM's The Kyle and Jackie O Show.
Adele told the presenters that she did not get to see the finished product until the same time as everyone else.
"I had such a great time on those shoots, that I sort of knew I would glow in the photos," she said.
Referring to another of the snaps, which showed her looking elegant in a deep green dress, she said: "I love that there was such a juxtaposition on those as well, one with my t*ts out and one with me looking like Emily Blunt."
Adele's Vogue shoot showed off her stunning body after she lost 100lbs over two years, thanks to exercise and healthy eating.
But she told the mag that she is still a food fan and indulges in a McDonald's once a week.
In fact, she is such a fan of the fast food chain that she would pick it for her "death row meal".
"My last meal would be a McChicken Nugget, with a Big Mac and then fries – that is my three courses. I eat it at least once a week," she said.
Adele unveiled her new single, Easy On Me, last week, and her long awaited new album is dropping in November.
She has previously hinted that her new music was partly inspired by her divorce from Simon Konecki.
The pair were married in 2016 and share a son together, but in 2019 it was reported that they had called time on their relationship.
Their divorce was finalised this year.
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