Adele Grammy Performance
February 13, 2012 by staff
Adele Grammy Performance, Adele made her triumphant return to the stage last night in her performance at the 2012 Grammy Awards. The British singer was introduced by Gwyneth Paltrow, who referred to her as “something special.” Paltrow described 21, Adele’s sophomore album as “creating a global music movement.”
Fans were afraid Adele’s voice may have suffered after went through throat surgery a few weeks ago, but the soulful British singer fulfilled everyone’s expectations when she belted out her number one single, “Rolling In The Deep.”
By the time Adele was singing “Rolling In The Deep” she had already won four Grammy Awards for: Best Short Form Music Video, Song Of The Year, Best Pop Solo Vocal Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album.
When the Grammy Awards ceremony had finished, Adele walked away with all six awards she had been nominated for including Best Record and Album Of The Year.
Dressed in a simple black dress, with a plain stage behind her, Adele did not need any extravagance to make her performance unforgettable; her voice was enough. Anytime Adele belted out a note in her performance the audience erupted in applause.
The Grammy winner received a well deserved standing ovation and she lingered on the stage to drink up every ounce of the applause.
Who could blame her? She had superstar Rihanna and legend Paul McCartney cheering her on.
Adele was favored to win Best Album for 21, the album including “Rolling In The Deep” and “Someone Like You” which made the British musician a world-wide name.
She sang for the first time since her surgery last week in a special for “60 Minutes” when Anderson Cooper asked her to sing a lick of “Rolling In The Deep,” but the notes she sang to please Cooper were nothing in comparison to the major performance she gave last night.
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