Adele’s Anderson Cooper Interview Will Ignite Or Enhance Your Crush on Adele

You probably already love Adele. Apparently, The Recording Academy agrees, as was indicated by her domination of last night’s award ceremony, which I believe somebody who works at this website is presently writing about in depth.

Anyhow — if you think you love Adele now but you haven’t seen her charming interview with Anderson Cooper from last night, then you have no idea how much more room there is in your heart for loving Adele! If she was the friend of your friend, you’d probably meet her and be like, “I want Adele to be MY friend, she’s so funny!” and also so honest, and swears a lot.

 


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44 Comments

  1. i love adele so much bit her spoken english makes her sound like such a chav! holy crap i never knew.

    pretentious brits – you don’t sing with that accent. (i live here. i’m allowed to hate people that are unable to say “water”…it is NOt “Wa-er”)

    i did enjoy the a cappella piece.

  2. Anyone with that accent i could listen to them talk ALL THE TIME! She was awesome last night at the Grammys too! She was a little nervous but got the party rollin once she got comfortable.
    As for her sailor mouth it sounds SO much better in her accent than people like me who sound completely American and white. Lol. ;)

  3. I love how beautiful and how unpretentious she is. Maybe the “anti-pop star”–thank you Anderson Cooper for that classification–but hey, it’s true, and it’s not a bad thing.

  4. dat accent. BRITISH LADY BONER.

    also, “live at the royal hall” is a really, really good music dvd. fuck. i bought it for my sister but i ended up watching it more myself.

    PLUS I STILL CRY ALONG WITH “SOMEONE LIKE YOU” JSYK

  5. One time, before she was incredibly famous Adele asked my friends and I were doing after the show when we were the only people waiting for her after her performance. I literally was still so numb from her performance that I stammered and couldn’t remember that was a precursor to asking someone to hang out. It was just her and her mom in a SUV and we totally could be married right now.

    Biggest regret of my life.

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