Adele chows down on fry up, pork pie and kippers in hilarious food challenge video

Adele tried dishes, including fish and chips during the challenge

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She went on to admit her previous job before singing was working in a cafe after she correctly guessed a dish of pickled eggs – a dish she's not a fan of, but prefers over jellied eels.

She revealed that her role started off as helping to carry out food before she progressed to making breakfasts.

After trying pickled eggs, she was handed dishes including a fry up, kippers, cockles and fish pie.

Desserts included the likes of trifle, spotted dick and Eton mess.

She admitted that her favourite British dish was a roast dinner, before getting excited after being handed "the perfect hangover cure" of a fry up before calling a saveloy an "astronaut sausage".

She then said her " Death Row meal" was a McDonald's and revealed she had one at least once a week.

"My ideal meal, my Death Row meal, my last meal would be a McChicken nugget with a Big Mac and then fries," she revealed.

Adele correctly guessed two thirds of the dishes

"That's my three course. I eat it at least once a week."

The challenge was a huge hit with her fans with many taking to the YouTube channel's comments section to praise her personality.

One wrote: "I love how excited she got over the Full English Breakfast. 'BACON!!' She’s a real one."

Another commented: "She is so wholesome, you simply cannot dislike her. I love how she's a living legend yet she fangirls on Beyoncé all the time. Didn't expect her to mention her here."

The singer tried a wide range of dishes

And a third said: "She has the cheekiest sense of humour and such a vibrant personality that I almost forget she is THE ADELE. Adele with the powerhouse voice and the deep and meaningful songs.

"She just seems like she could be your bubbly best friend or chatty next door neighbour. It’s so endearing, I love it. So glad she’s back."

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