Jennifer Lawrence and Adele Surprise Fans by Crashing NYC Gay Bar and Playing Drinking Games

Jennifer Lawrence and Adele Surprise Fans by Crashing NYC Gay Bar and Playing Drinking Games

Girls’ night out!

Adele and Jennifer Lawrence hit the town on Friday, surprising fans at a gay bar in New York City.

Social media videos of the night’s festivities showed Lawrence, 28, and Adele, 30, partying with the crowd at Pieces Bar in Greenwich Village.

Lawrence wore a tan sleeveless turtleneck with her hair in a messy bun, while Adele opted for a black coat over a black t-shirt and leggings.

In one video, the two take part in a drinking game in front of the crowd, as Lawrence yells to her friend, “How could you lose!”

Adele then said, “She’s f—ing engaged — you’re not even relevant to be here!”

“That has nothing to with my drinking abilities,” Lawrence — who got engaged to fiancé Cooke Maroney in February — screamed in response, to cheers from the crowd.


— Joe (@JoeMichaelII) March 23, 2019

Adele even got up on stage and introduced herself as “a stay-at-home mom.” (The “Hello” singer and Simon Konecki, 44, welcomed son Angelo, 6, in 2012.)

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Randomly getting turnt with JeLaw and Adele. NBD.

— Rich Brome (@rbrome) March 23, 2019

“Randomly getting turnt with JeLaw and Adele. NBD,” one Twitter user wrote.

Other partygoers at Pieces couldn’t believe their luck. “Um Jennifer Lawrence and Adele are at Pieces right now,” one fan penned, while another said, “I just partied with Jennifer Lawrence and Adele…. I am speechless.”

um jennifer lawrence and adele are at pieces right now sjjsjsjsjdks

— stephen ossola (@stephenossola) March 23, 2019

I just partied with Jennifer Lawrence and Adele…. I am speechless

— Alex Craze (@Al_Craze) March 23, 2019

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Lupita Nyong’o Explains How She Came Up With Her Us Movie Characters Super Creepy Voice

Lupita Nyong’o Explains How She Came Up With Her Us Movie Characters Super Creepy Voice

Lupita Nyong’o went above and beyond to add scare-factors to her evil character in the new horror movie Us.

In the film, written and directed by Jordan Peele (Get Out), the Oscar winner plays two characters — a traumatized mother Adelaide Wilson and her deadly doppelgänger Red who terrorizes Wilson’s family. Nyong’o’s character Red has a particularly spooky way of speaking — a raspy, choppy-like sound as if her voice was stolen from her — which the Black Panther star says she developed after studying a real-life speech condition.

“The voice for Red was inspired by a condition known as spasmodic dysphonia, and it’s a condition that comes about from trauma,” she tells PEOPLE. “It’s sometimes emotional, sometimes physical, sometimes inexplicable, where your vocal chords involuntarily spasm and create this irregular flow of air. I built off of that and experienced someone with the condition, and I did more research and met up with people with the condition to talk about their personal experiences with it.”

Nyong’o also worked closely with a vocal therapist and dialect coach “to make sure I could do it safely,” she says. “Those were the risks I was taking, were the risks that Red had not spoken for a long time was the inspiration for wanting to explore something a little more stylistic.”

For more on Lupita Nyong’o and her new movie Us, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE on newsstands Friday.

Nyong’o later presented her voice for Red to Peele, who was pleasantly surprised by its eerie-ness.

“About a week before we started filming, I called Jordan into the room and auditioned the voice for him,” she recalls. “I was very relieved when he was feeling it and encouraged me to go further with it.”

Nyong’o continues: “Jordan is very collaborative, and he really invited me into the whole creative process of making these women who they were. He trusted me to be the expert, that was my job.”

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Another person on whom the Red voice had the desired scary effect is Nyongo’s mother Dorothy.

“My mom just came to the premiere of Us and Little Monsters the next day. She Us so she sat in the au

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Dax Shepard’s Sobriety Is Everything to Kristen Bell It Allows Me to Have Him in My Life

Dax Shepard’s Sobriety Is Everything to Kristen Bell It Allows Me to Have Him in My Life

Dax Shepard has been outspoken about his battle with addiction, and his hard-won sobriety isn’t something his wife Kristen Bell takes for granted.

“I know how much effort has to be put into staying sober. I don’t mean that to be like, I come home and see him shaking and looking at a whiskey ad or something, there are different elements you have to deal with when you’re staying sober,” the Frozen actress, 38, tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s cover story, on stands Friday. “It’s a ton of mental control and evolution.”

Over their nearly 12 years together, Bell says she’s “always watched” her husband’s feet, which have consistently “been running towards good goals,” she says. “It’s just impressive for someone to have been that mindful about something.”

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Every year on Shepard’s sober birthday, Bell “spoils the hell out of me,” says the comedian, 44, who recently launched a plant-based baby product line named Hello Bello with his wife. “The nicest presents she’s gotten me are always on my sober birthday. In fact, my real birthday … still haven’t gotten a present!”

For much more on Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell’s marriage, parenting philosophies and new baby product line, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

“I’m very happy he was born so I celebrate his birthday, but I’m extraordinarily that he has stayed sober because that’s what allows me to have him in my life as a husband and as a father,” explains Bell, who has two daughters, Lincoln, 5, and Delta, 4, with Shepard.

RELATED: Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard Launch New Plant-Based Baby Product Line — All the Details

On one milestone, Bell purchased an original copy of The Adventurers by Harold Robbins (Shepard was named after the lead character in the novel) and had loved ones write messages in the book. “That was incredible,” says Shepard.

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To the man mocked me in our wedding photos because I cried too many tears of joy, Who wore a baby Bjorn for 2 straight years to show his girls how to be as adventurous as possible, Who held our dear little shakey mann pup for 8 hrs straight on the day w

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Barbra Streisand Believes Michael Jacksons Accusers but Says They Were Thrilled to Be There

Barbra Streisand Believes Michael Jacksons Accusers but Says They Were Thrilled to Be There

Barbra Streisand is speaking out about the sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson.

In a recent interview with The Times of London, Streisand, who crossed paths with the late pop star during his heyday, revealed she “absolutely” believes the claims made by Wade Robson and James Safechuck in the HBO 2-part documentary Leaving Neverland.

“That was too painful,” Streisand, 76, said of the documentary, before telling the newspaper that Jackson once asked her to do a duet with him on I Just Can’t Stop Loving You, but she declined.

The Grammy-award winning singer then went on to defend Jackson.

“He was very sweet, very childlike,” Streisand told The Times. “His sexual needs were his sexual needs, coming from whatever childhood he has or whatever DNA he has.”

“You can say ‘molested,’ but those children, as you heard say , they were thrilled to be there.”

Streisand even went as far as saying that Jackson’s alleged abuse didn’t “kill them.”

“They both married and they both have children, so it didn’t kill them,” Streisand said.

Despite Streisand’s defense of Jackson, she admitted she does feel bad for Robson, now 36, and Safechuck, now 41.

“It’s a combination of feelings. I feel bad for the children. I feel bad for him. I blame, I guess, the parents, who would allow their children to sleep with him. Why would Michael need these little children dressed like him and in the shoes and the dancing and the hats?”

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A rep for Streisand did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request to comment further.

Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed responded to Streisand’s interview on Twitter writing, “‘It didn’t kill them’ @BarbraStreisand did you really say that?! #LeavingNeverland.”

In Leaving Neverland, Robson and Safechuck described how Jackson allegedly used his infamous California compound to transfix the boys when he invited each of them there, keep them separate from their parents, and even warned him of anyone approaching a room in which, they say, he was sexually assaulting them.

Neverland Ranch, the 2,700 acre property where the pop star lived for

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