[photogallerylink id=146387 align=right]Fresh off her huge night at the Grammy’s this past weekend, Adele swept all six categories she was nominated for, and her amazing performance on “Music’s biggest night,” the UK songstress still hasn’t lost her head.
Right before the Grammy’s went live, “60 minutes” was able to spend sometime with Adele, who chatted with Anderson Cooper about her outlook on being famous and recalling her throat injury.
“I thought it was hilarious,” she said about her overnight success. “I always wanted to be a singer, but it’s not my cup of tea to have the whole world know who you are.” In fact, she admits that she wrote her incredibly successful album 21 with the intention of getting out her feelings, not making chart-topping history.
When asked about her throat injury, she remembered feeling something “pop” in her throat and now says “I should have stopped singing for six months, but it’s impossible to do when you are in the eye of the storm,” she says referring to being in the midst of a tour. Instead of retiring to the sidelines, Adele continued on the tour until it became unbearable to do so, subsequently re-injuring her throat every night she pushed through.
As for her new beau, Adele says she’s “madly in love” so don’t expect a new round of sad love songs. Fortunately the singer thinks it’d be cliché to continue on in that direction but still insists on sticking to what she knows best: belting out beautiful love songs, happy or sad.
What we do know, is that if Adele goes on tour, singing whatever she wants to sing: We. Will. Be there.
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