Adele shares a bloopers reel of filming for 'Easy on Me' video

Adele has released a blunder role from filming the video for her number one single “Easy on Me”.

The footage was posted on her Instagram account and making the video looked far from easy due to issues including a cassette repeatedly jamming in the stereo of the car it is driving.

She also curses a leather jacket that keeps clinging to her briefcase, and at some point a sheet of paper blowing in the wind hits her in the face.

All mishaps are greeted by the 30-year-old Londoner with fits of typically hoarse laughter, and the one-minute and 56-second clip ends in triumph when she finally gets the stereo to accept the cassette.

When it was released, Easy On Me broke the all-time record for the most-streamed song in a single day on Spotify, with 24 million streams worldwide.

It also set a new UK record of 3.2 million and has now been number one in the country for three consecutive weeks.

Easy on Me is the first single from the singer’s upcoming “30” album, due out November 19th.

The track listing was released online this week and included a new version of the debut single with American singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton.

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