Adele Roberts looked chic after her colon cancer battle on Wednesday night as she attended the Attitude Awards at The Roundhouse in London.
The 43-year-old radio DJ looked happy and healthy as she caused a stir on the red carpet after presenting Ellie Goulding with the Ally Award that night.
Adele showed off her sense of style in a low-cut black jumpsuit with gold buttons down the front as she beamed away.
Underneath her jumpsuit, she wore a black bralet that showcased her toned figure.
She completed her look with chunky black boots and opted for a bright makeup look to show off her pretty features.
Adele posed with singer Ellie, 35, after presenting her with the award and the couple smiled away to take pictures together.
Mel C and Strictly’s John Whaite and Johannes Radebe were also honored at the awards.
The Attitude Awards showcase the best in the global LGBTQ community and provide a platform for role models while supporting the Attitude Magazine Foundation, which raises money for LGBT causes.
Back in June, Radio 1 presenter Adele announced that she was “cancer free”.
The TV star was diagnosed with stage 2 colon cancer in October 2021 and has shared her experience of chemotherapy and surgery since her diagnosis.
Posting a photo of herself jumping for joy outside the hospital on Monday, the DJ revealed that it was “the day I’ve been waiting for” when she received the scan results from her doctor.
Adele posted photos of herself and her doctor, Dr. Khan sent an emotional message, writing: “Angels on Earth. The day I’ve been waiting for.
“Hearing the words ‘You are cancer free’ absolutely took my breath away. I play it over and over in my mind. It was the most beautiful sound I have ever heard. Although I prayed that Dr. Khan told me that, I didn’t think my head would let me believe it until I heard it.’
“Everything we’ve been through seems to be spinning around in my body and life is feeling a bit surreal right now… BUT I AM SO GRATEFUL! I count my blessings.’
“I’m also in awe of anyone involved with cancer. The courage, the strength, the determination… and sometimes the humor you displayed was almost superhuman.”
“You inspired me and gave me the fire to never give up. You are warriors and it is thanks to seeing you so strong that has kept me going. Feel the fear and do it anyway.’
“Sometimes it took all my strength to get out of bed and face the day, but I made it anyway. Every day I made sure I did something to fucking make you cancer. It’s taken too many of us. I didn’t know what fate had in store for me, but I knew I would never stop trying.”
Thanking her loved ones including her friend Kate Holderness, Adele wrote:
“Thank you to my family, my friends, everyone who took the time to message me, send me love or positive thoughts. You kept me going and helped me kill this beast. That’s one thing that Dr. Khan said to me. You can get lost in the dark dealing with cancer, but that’s the only thing I have control over.”
“My body might have been dying – it still hurts so much now – but there was no way I was going to let it destroy my spirit.”
“If anything, it’s made me happier than I’ve ever been. Walking through the darkness gave me the light. It changed me, gave me my little stoma Audrey, brought amazing people into my life and now it’s time for me to really start really living.
The DJ underwent colostomy surgery to remove a colon tumor last year and told her followers at the time that “this little ostomy bag helped save my life”.
In a colostomy, one end of the large intestine (part of the intestine) is rerouted through an opening (stoma) in the abdomen. A bag is placed over the stoma to collect feces.
She has also endured multiple rounds of chemotherapy.