If you’re an Adele fan, maybe you should consider making your way to a tory fundraiser.
The British conservative political party held their annual ‘Black and White Party’ in central London with tickets to see Adele in concert amongst the prizes up for auction.
According to The Guardian, twenty tickets were auctioned off at the event, eventually raking in a 30,000 pound return, coming to roughly 1500 pounds each.
It was an awkward present to auction off, given that The Independent reported that she had in fact confessed that she was a “labor girl.”
It’s not the first time that Adele has had her brand used for political purposes.
Last month U.S presidential candidate Mike Huckabee parodied the pop star in this piece of cyber web rubbish to try to win over the minds of the more easily amused voters.
More recently the singer banned US presidential candidate and walking meme Donald Trump from using her music at his rallies.
In a statement by her management team after Trump used Rolling In The Deep at political events, it was noted that “Adele has not given permission for any of her music to be used for any political campaigning.”
Adele is yet to comment on the scalping of her tickets by the British conservatives.