New Book Promises to Tell All About Adele
A new book promises to delve into the private life of none other than the ultra-private Adele. We don't think she's going to like this too much!
The Daily Mail reports that Marc Shapiro wrote an unauthorized biography on the starlet, due out next month. The book details Adele's life from growing up with a single mom (or, as she would say, "mum") in North London to her meteoric rise to superstardom. The bio will also cover her vocal cord issues as well as the ups and downs of her love life, the latter of which has been the subject of massive speculation ever since '21' first hit shelves.
Adele reportedly turned down numerous requests to be interviewed for the book, but Shapiro insists it's not a gossipy piece ... sort of. "Adele has still remained largely that salt-of-the-earth girl from Tottenham," Shapiro said. "I tend to tell my stories without overt sensationalism." Note the key word here, PopCrushers: "overt!" That means there may still be some subtle embellishments here and there.
The 'Someone Like You' singer hasn't commented on the biography directly, but she has made it clear that while she appreciates her success and her fans, fame isn't necessarily her thing. “I don’t want to be a celebrity," she told Matt Lauer. "I don’t want to be in people’s faces, you know, constantly on covers of magazines that I haven’t even known I’m on.” She added, “I just wanna make music. I don’t want anyone chatting about me, really. I still hope I have a little bit of clout in 10 years. All I’ve ever wanted to do is sing.”