Adele Sanding Ovation

February 13, 2012 by staff 

Adele Sanding Ovation, British soul diva Adele made a storming comeback at the Grammys on Sunday, performing live for the first time in months as she won a string of the US music industry’s top awards.

The 23-year-old, who canceled all her shows in October to undergo throat surgery, was given a standing ovation after singing “Rolling in the Deep” to a star-studded audience at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The tune won the best song Grammy, her fourth of the night so far out of six nominations.

Adele took to the stage with producer Paul Epworth, who she called “the best producer in the world,” before launching into the worldwide hit from her breakthrough second album “21.”

Her solo voice soared out of the darkness into the opening lyric, before a thumping drum kicked in, followed by a choir for the chorus. She earned a raucous standing ovation from the crowd and mouthed “Thank you” at the end.

In terms of Grammy nods, she is second only to rapper Kanye West, who has seven nominations.

After surgery silenced her for months, Adele – with her trademark bouffant hair, generous figure, liberal swearing and raucous C**kney laugh – was clearly thrilled to be back.

Speaking before Sunday’s show, Adele said it was “an absolute honor to be included in such a night” and “very exciting, and of course nerve-racking.”

Four months ago, the singer-songwriter had announced, “heartbroken”, that she was cancelling her sold-out US tour due to a haemorrhage she likened to a “black eye” on her vocal cord.

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