Adele took to the stage during the “X Factor UK” grand finals with a new look, which had her fans reacting positively.

The British singer was one of the A-list performers which graced the stage of “X Factor UK’s” grand finals held on Sunday at Wembley Arena. Adele surprised fans when she appeared with a much shorter hair as she sang her hit single “Hello” from her latest album “25.” She wore Harry Winston Diamonds during Sunday’s show, according to Mirror, which she paired with a long shimmering maxi dress.

Fans who saw the “Someone Like You” crooner’s new look during the “X Factor UK” grand finals took to Twitter to give their approval, People magazine reports.

Twitter user @RoseKimmie1 wrote, “Hello! LOVE the new hair @Adele #XFactorFinal,” while Twitter user @Mascaramalteser stated, “I wonder how many people will cut their hair short now in hope they'll look like Adele.”

Adele also impressed the crowd during Sunday’s “X Factor UK” grand finals. “X Factor UK” host Olly Murs applauded the British singer for her "Hello" performance and told Adele during the show that it was “so amazing.” Adele also took the chance to thank “X Factor UK” for including her in the reality singing competition’s grand finals show.

"I've been waiting for half my life to do that,” she stated. “Thanks for having me. I wanted to burst out laughing the whole time.”Meanwhile,

In other news, Adele’s latest album “25” continues to dominate Billboard’s 200 chart as well as break previous album sale records, Rolling Stone reports. Three weeks after its release, “25” has already surpassed the 5 million album sale mark in the United States. For the third straight week, Adele’s “25” retained its no. 1 spot and attained a five-time platinum status after selling another 728,000 copies.

According to Billboard, Adele joins other artists whose weekly album sales has reached over 650,000 copies. The other albums which made the list include the Beatles’ “1” and Backstreet Boys’ “Black & Blue” album.

“25” is also the first album to sell more than 650,000 copies in each of its first three weeks on the market, since Nielsen Music first started to record album sales in 1991.

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