Madonna revealed to a U.K. TV show that she wanted British diva Adele to perform with her at the 2012 Super Bowl, but the 'Rolling in the Deep' singer had to decline because her voice was still on the mend from vocal cord surgery. That would have been quite a halftime show, wouldn't it?
Adele leads in nominations for yet another music awards show. Is it any surprise? This time, the British powerhouse garnered the most nods for the Ivor Novello Awards, the U.K.'s premiere songwriting honors.
Erin Willett set the mood and essentially brought down the house with her performance of 'Set Fire to the Rain' on Monday's 'The Voice' episode. Adele who? Just kidding, but Erin is good -- really good -- maybe even good enough to win.
Adele covers the music issue of Entertainment Weekly aka EW, which just landed on stands. There's really no better choice of artist to grace the cover of this themed issue, since Adele is the best-selling and most critically adored artist of the past decade, if not longer. In an age where CD and overall music sales are sagging like a pair of trousers with rocks in them, Adele is selling millions of records.
The bazillion people who bought (and related to the tales of heartache encased within) Adele's best-selling '21' have wondered, at least once or twice, who is the man who broke her heart, inspiring her masterpiece. A lot of pain went into crafting these songs and while the singer herself has said she has made peace with her heartbreaker, curiosity still abounds. Still wanna know who he is? Well, a taboid may have outed his identity.
Congrats to Adele! The unstoppable British powerhouse took home yet another award for her record breaking sophomore album, '21.' Canada honored the 'Someone Like You' singer with their prestigious International Album of the Year Juno Award.
Adele's music will not be defined by cultural or genre boundaries and in fact lends itself to multiple interpretations and reworkings. Case in point: This viral video of 'Rolling in the Depp' performed on a guzheng, which is a traditional Chinese string instrument.
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