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ADELE believes fans felt “betrayed” by her weight loss transformation after she shed 100 pounds.

The Hello superstar has revealed she lost the whopping amount for herself after struggling with anxiety.

2Adele in 2009 before the weight lossCredit: AFP 2The singer performing in Hyde park tonightCredit: Getty

The singer has consistently been one of Britain's greatest talents over the past decade and has undergone a dramatic weight loss journey since she first found stardom.

The 34-year-old famously shocked the world in May 2020 when she emerged 100lbs lighter wearing a tiny black minidress.

Adele, speaking on Desert Island Discs this morning, addressed the hate she recieved after shedding the pounds.

She faced a backlash after claims that her dramatic seven-stone weight loss left young fans with confidence issues.

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And she told Radio 4 host Lauren: “I understand why the Press were fascinated by it . . . I didn’t share my journey in the way that everyone else does.

“Most other people would have a DVD out by now.

“I did it on the quiet, for myself. But I did feel terrible for some people who felt like other people’s comments (about my weight loss) meant that they didn’t look good and they weren’t beautiful.

“For some people it was (interpreted negatively) and I felt terrible — some of the ones I saw were young. Like 15.

“There were some other people who felt very betrayed, being like, ‘Oh, she’s given in to the pressure of it,’ which didn’t really bother me because, like, you ain’t holding my hand at night, at 4am, when I’m crying my heart out with anxiety and needing a distraction.

“100 per cent (exercise) gave me focus, it gave me somewhere to get rid of my energy — good or bad — and it made me feel like I was getting stronger mentally by getting stronger physically.”

Adele also revealed for the first time how she was savaged by a “brutal” backlash after postponing her Las Vegas shows.

She said: "It was horrible and the reaction was brutal, brutal, and I was a shell of a person for a ­couple of months.

“I just had to wait it out and grieve it, grieve the shows, and get over the guilt. But it was brutal.”

It comes as she was forced to stop her Hyde Park comeback gig last night to help a distressed audience member.

The songstress was praised by fans after bringing her performance to a sudden halt before walking across the stage and shouting for security.

Videos circulating online have revealed the dramatic moment Adele, 34, grabbed the microphone and said: "Hang on, stop, stop, stop. Security!

"Do you need security's help? Can you see where they're all waving?"

The camera follows the star walking away from her band as she points into the crowd.

"Can you see over there? Can you get in there?"

She also reassures the man who is struggling, saying: "They're coming now.

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"Make room. Everyone out of the way please. They're coming. You got him? OK. Let's start again."

Adele was singing her hit James Bond theme song Skyfall when she saw the drama unfolding in the audience.

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'Jersey Gyros' Owner Dreamt Of His Own Shop Since Visiting Uncle's In Greece — So He Did

Opening his own gyro shop has been on Mike Tolos' mind ever since he visited his uncle's spot in Greece as a kid.

It was a hole-in-the-wall type place in Thessaloniki, and as soon as Tolos walked in, he was hit with the aroma of pork and chicken roasting on the skewers.

What he enjoyed most about visiting the shop, though, was seeing the love that his uncle put into it, because he felt the same passion himself.

"My uncle did it from love," said Tolos, 39, of Cliffside Park. "The dedication that he has fell on me."

Tolos signed the lease for Jersey Gyros on Main Street in Lodi last March. In April, his uncle met him there to show him the tricks of the trade — and give him his blessing. The shop is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sundays from noon to 8 p.m.

A first generation American, Tolos was born into a family of restaurateurs and says his passion for the industry is in his blood. His dad, known locally as "Bobby the Baker," owned diners across New Jersey, and his mom has always been a masterful baker, he said.

Tolos — previously of North Bergen, Mount Olive and later Baltimore — grew up helping his dad at his diners and learning from his mom in the kitchen. He worked as a general manager of a fast casual restaurant in New York City for 18 years, until he was laid off due to the pandemic.

That's when he decided it was time to start a business venture of his own. The one he's always had his sights set on: A gyro shop.

"This is a passion of mine," said Tolos, from the behind the cash register of his new restaurant. "I'm a people person, I love interacting. In this industry, you need to be a people person before you're a foodie."

Tolos is most excited to give Americans a taste of authentic, Greek gyros, specifically the chicken and pork. He says those are staples in Greece, while lamb gyros — which his shop offers as well — are more common in America.

Tolos is combining his uncle's and mother's recipes, mainly on the dips and marinades, but coming up with some of his own, too. His mom makes the Greek yogurt and baklavas sold up front.

Authentic appetizers go for about $6, while entrees and gyros go for $10.

When asked if Tolos felt like he found his purpose, he nodded, smiled, and said simply, "Yes.

"I like seeing smiles on people's faces when they taste my food."

Jersey Gyros is located in Mid Towne Plaza, at 170 Main St., in Lodi.

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