Adele turned 30 years last weekend and celebrated in epic fashion.
The Hello hitmaker hosted a lavish Titanic themed party in Beverly Hills for her friends and family.
Adele dressed as Kate Winslet’s character Rose from James Cameron’s epic 1997 disaster movie and revealed the party was the ‘best night of her life’.
She also admitted she was suffered from the after-effects of the alcohol-fueled celebrations the next day.
Adele took to her Instagram account to share a number of black and white images from inside the party, including one of her throwing shapes on the dancefloor wearing a life jacket.
The British star looked incredible in a sparkling dress, styling her hair in a corkscrew curl updo reminiscent of Rose’s locks.
The star-studded night was attended by the likes of Alan Carr, Mark Ronson, Zane Lowe and Aaron Paul.
Adele gushed about her birthday, saying:
‘Dirty 30! I’m not sure what I’m going to do for the next 30 years as I’ve been blessed beyond words in my life so far.
‘Thank you to everyone for coming along for the ride the last 11 years with me. My family and friends for entertaining my super fandom of the Titanic movie.
‘Last night was the best night of my life. Here’s a couple pics. I’m absolutely f**ked, not sure I’ll make it out the house again!’
Guests at Adele’s birthday party flocked to a mystery location in Beverly Hills, partying in what appeared to be an exact replica of the award-winning drama’s set.
They got life jackets in place of goody bags.
Titanic the movie is a re-imagining of the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic, the British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early hours of 15 April 1912.
It marks one of the biggest maritime disasters in history, with more than 1,500 passengers and crew members losing their lives out of the 2,224 on board the vessel.
The film, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, tells the ill-fated love story between Jack and Rose, two members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship.
Titanic is still the most expensive movie ever made, with a staggering production budget of $200million, and holds the joint record for the most Academy Award wins with 11 trophies.
It remained the highest-grossing film of all time until Cameron’s own sci-fi flick Avatar surpassed it in 2010.