Adele graced the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine in style!
The singer, who had a rough divorce from Simon Konecki, whom she married in 2018, kept it real in her interview with the magazine. Adele and her ex-husband share a son, Angelo Adkins.
The ‘Easy On Me” crooner got candid about the inner workings of her social life and what dating has been like since her very public divorce.
Adele Feels Humanized By Jennifer Lawrence and Nicole Richie
For December’s Rolling Stone issue, Adele spoke about how she formed high-profile friendships following years of putting her foot down about being cordial with celebrities.
Adele said her two friends humanized her, adding that she avoided befriending famous people because “Well, I’m not famous.’ I’m very British like that.” she explained.
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The star finds it “amazing” how her friends never bring up work when they are together, unlike most people in her life. She added, “can we talk about something else? I’m knackered.”
As for her dating life since her divorce, the Grammy winner said she “lasted five seconds.” She then discussed the impossibility of being set up on a blind date. Adele said:
“How’s that going to work?’ There’ll be paparazzi outside and someone will call [the tabloid] DeuxMoi, or whatever it’s f***ing called! It ain’t happening.”
The “Skyfall” singer also mentioned the process for her newest album, “30,” set to be released next week. She explained that she had 6 hours of therapy before starting each recording and believes this process set her free.
The “Easy On Me” Singer Talks Upcoming Concerts With Oprah
Fans of Adele are ecstatic that, for the first time in four years, she will be going on tour following the release of her upcoming album.
The singer said she would always have to start with the song and said, “It’d be a bit weird if it was halfway through a set.” She added that the song helped her find herself.
This means that fans will not only get to see Adele perform her songs from her newest album, such as “Easy On Me,” but will also be treated to old but golden records.
The “Skyfall” Singer’s “30” Set To Break Vinyl Sales Records
As the release date for the long-awaited album “30” draws closer, fans worldwide certainly can’t wait. However, for Adele, she is about to make vinyl history
Earlier this month, The Blast reported that the songwriter and her team chose to make enough vinyl copies available when the album hits streaming platforms.
This method of vinyl release is rare. A Sony Music source mentioned that, in the past months, over 500,000 vinyl copies were made through the aid of overseas pressing plants.
In October, Adele released “Easy On Me,” which swiftly skyrocketed to the top of the Billboard 100 chart.
The singer updated Instagram with news of two concerts at London’s Hyde Park for July 2020. She shared a link for presale tickets, and the site crashed soon after.