ADELE is undergoing a major renovation of its £42m LA home. This is to remove all the movie-themed decorations left by former owner Sylvester Stallone.
of sky fall The singer has applied for permission to remodel the interior of the sprawling eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom mansion.
Stallone-themed statues and artwork were everywhere, according to the realtor selling the property.
According to the website, the living room has “lots of Rambo memorabilia”, including “unique, large graffiti art” that Adele is said to be removing.
There’s even a ‘Memorabilia Room and Office’ containing a ‘tall statue’ of persecuted Vietnam veteran John Rambo, who first appeared on film screens in 1982’s First Blood.
Rocky Barbao — Stallone’s legendary boxing character — inevitably appears at a hotel in the upscale Beverly Park area.
A statue of Rocky raising his fist on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the original 1976 film adorns the side of his “infinity pool.”
avid polo fan Stallone On the other side of the pool are players on horseback.
His late father Frank was a professional polo player in his native Italy.
“Playing polo is like playing golf during an earthquake,” Stallone, 76, once said in an interview.
“Be patient. I have to remember that over and over again.”
Stallone was reportedly asking £90m for the property, which he settled for a knockdown price in February.
That’s what happens when Adele resurrects her rescheduled Living in Las Vegas “I’ve never been more nervous in my career,” she admitted.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/20540845/adele-refurb-mansion-sylvester-stallones-decor/ Inside Adele’s £42m LA mansion, stripped of all Sylvester Stallone movie decor