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Adele and Honey G to play at Alan Carr’s wedding?

The 40-year-old talk show host is still amazed he and boyfriend Paul Drayton are getting married and whilst he’s previously admitted he wants his best friend to provide the entertainment, he is now keen to get the controversial ‘X Factor’ contestant involved too.

He said: “I am in the best place I’ve ever been in and I’m so delighted me and Paul are getting married.

“I still have to pinch myself that I am going to get married and Adele is singing at my wedding, but maybe I will have Honey G doing a duet with her.”

The ‘Chatty Man’ star joked he “feels sorry” for the ‘Skyfall’ hitmaker feeling she has to spend time with him when she has so many other more glamorous pals.
He joked: “The thing about Adele is that she has the most amazing friends. You are with her and Beyonce gives her a call.

“But really it’s me and her the press are obsessed about – she must be pulling her beehive out! I think they imagine me and her down the Dog and Duck in the East End and I feel sorry for her because she deserves so much more than a chubby homosexual.”

But Alan adores spending time with the singing superstar because she is so “lovely”.

He added: “People ask what Adele is like. Well, what you see is what you get. When you see her on stage, that is her. She’s absolutely lovely.”

While he is very happy with Paul, Alan never expected to settle down.

He admitted to Closer magazine: “We’re going to have a big old wedding and we’ll get Adele singing ‘Someone Like You’. It’s going to be a blast. I always thought I would be single and never get married, but now I’m thrilled I’ve found someone I want to spend the rest of my life with.”

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