Keith McNally blasts Adeles hideously overdone makeup in Carpool Karaoke

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Adele’s makeup looked “hideously overdone” in James Corden’s final “Carpool Karaoke,” according to restauranteur Keith McNally.

The Balthazar owner took to Instagram to once again slam the “Late Late Show” host for his “inauthentic” performance — but dragged the “Hello” singer’s appearance in the process.

“Despite finding them slightly cringe-inducing, I’ve always loved James Corden’s carpool karaoke,” McNally began.

“Last week was Corden’s final carpool and his most cringe-inducing. His guest was his ‘great’ friend Adele whose make-up was so hideously overdone and fingernails so long she resembled a particularly scary Cruella de Vil.”

McNally did credit both the Grammy Award-winning songstress, 34, and Corden, 44, for being “brilliant performers” but blasted them for being “profoundly inauthentic.”

“Never more so than when they’re being ‘honest’ about themselves – as inauthentic people tend to do ALL THE F–KING TIME,” he continued. “…It was sickening.”

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McNally also called out Adele for breaking down in tears during the segment, calling it “complete, f–king SCHLOCK.”

“Of course James Corden – The King of Insincerity Himself – went along with it,” he wrote. “It was the biggest pile of HORSE S–T I’ve seen in 40 years.”

Although McNally’s ire against Adele is new, his criticisms of Corden have been publicly documented since the “Cats” actor mistreated McNally’s restaurant staff.

“James Corden is a Hugely gifted comedian, but a tiny Cretin of a man,” McNally wrote last October. “And the most abusive customer to my Balthazar servers since the restaurant opened 25 years ago.”

Corden responded by saying it’s “beneath him” to care about the drama but eventually “apologized profusely” to McNally and his staff after tremendous backlash.

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