Adele celebrated her Best Original Song Oscar win for her James Bond theme 'Skyfall' by tucking into an In-N-Out burger in Hollywood on Sunday evening (24.02.13).
Adele celebrated her Oscar win with a burger.
The 24-year-old singer scooped the Best Original Song prize at the 85th Academy Awards on Sunday evening (24.02.13) for her James Bond theme 'Skyfall' and after collecting her gold statuette, Adele went for a tasty treat at the renowned In-N-Out fast food joint in Hollywood before returning to her four-month-old son Angelo.
Speaking to reporters at the Governors Ball at the Ray Dolby Ballroom, where she joined fellow Bond singer Dame Shirley Bassey and Barbra Streisand, Adele said: ''I think I am going to get an In-N-Out and go home.''
Adele isn't the first celebrity who has stopped by the burger bar - whose catchphrase is ''Quality you can taste'' - as it has previously been visited by stars such as David Beckham, George Clooney and TV chef Gordon Ramsay.
After the Academy Awards many stars went and let their hair down to mark the night.
Host Seth Macfarlane, who was extremely ''critical'' of his performance on stage during the ceremony, took to the dancefloor at his own after-party at The Lot club in West Hollywood, and he partied until the early hours.
His sister Rachael said: ''He seemed happy, he seemed relaxed. He was having a blast at his party. He was feeling no pain at around two in the morning.''
Ben Affleck shaved off his beard at Craig's restaurant after refusing to remove it during awards season as it was his lucky charm for his film 'Argo' - which was named Best Picture.
A source said: ''He did it to mark the end of a chapter. It had that ceremonial quality to it.''