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Adele gives five-month-old son his own Oscar

Adele's Best Son Oscar for baby Angelo.
Adele's Best Son Oscar for baby Angelo. Bang Showbiz

ADELE has given her baby a Best Son Oscar.

The 'Skyfall' singer - who picked up the Best Original Song prize at the Academy Awards last month - decided to celebrate her big win by presenting her five-month old tot Angelo with his very own mock statue from a souvenir shop.

She posted a picture of her coveted award on Twitter alongside the joke gong, adding the caption: "..and we're home! What an epic trip. Thanks for having us Hollywood!"

The baby boy - who Adele has with her boyfriend Simon Konecki - travelled to Los Angeles with her for the star-studded show.

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The 24-year-old hitmaker made her first live performance since giving birth last October during the ceremony and welled up as she addressed the crowd in an emotional speech.

She paid tribute to her management team, gushing: "Thank you so much. This is amazing...

Dressed in a floor-length, embellished black Jenny Packham gown, Adele also thanked her charity worker beau Simon, who was her date for the evening, and gave her a quick kiss after her name was announced.

She added: "And my man, I love you baby."

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