It's good to be the wife of the leader of the free world! First Lady Michelle Obama is reportedly having an A-list 50th birthday party planned for 2014 -- with none other than Adele and Beyonce on hand to sing to her as she blows out her candles.
During Joan Rivers’ recent appearance on ‘The Late Show With David Letterman’ (Feb. 26), she made a slew of rude and tacky comments about Adele’s weight that left a bitter taste in our mouths. Fellow comedian Adam Hills came to the British singer’s defense on a segment of his show, ‘The Last Leg.’ It’s about time someone put Rivers in her place.
Here's a phrase we didn't think we'd ever be saying... Adele may be headed down the same road as Beyonce. The 24-year-old singer expressed interest in doing a similar up-close-and-personal documentary like Queen B's 'Life Is But a Dream.'
Adele’s lyrics are thoughtful, emotional, and personal, and that’s why millions of listeners around the world connect with them. While many of the best Adele lyrics are sentimental, the cheeky Brit can also get saucy and brash at times.
Adele's '21' came out in early 2011, but it was still the best-selling album of 2012 on a global scale. The Oscar winner's watershed record moved another 8.3 million copies last year, outselling its closest competition, which was Taylor Swift's October 2012-released 'Red, by nearly 3 million units.
Adele broke down into tears when she accepted her Oscar for Best Original Song for her James Bond theme 'Skyfall.' The singer, who performed the song moments before accepting her gold statue, was overcome with emotion and, well, why the heck wouldn't she be? She just won an Academy Award.
The "unstoppable" Adele -- that's how actress Jennifer Lawrence described her when introducing the singer -- returned to the stage for the first time since last year's Grammys. She performed her Oscar nominated James Bond theme 'Skyfall' at the 2013 Oscars tonight (Feb. 24).
The new mother, who gave birth since her last major performance, hasn't missed a step, a note or a beat. She sounded as flawless as ever.
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