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Adele admits the biggest risk she’s ever taken was leaving her marriage in 73 Questions with Vogue



Adele admitted the biggest risk she has ever taken was leaving her marriage to husband Simon Konecki. 

 In a tell all, 73 question-and-answer session with Vogue, the singer, 33, – who, last week, released her first single in six years – spoke about her plans to tour, being a ‘hot drunk mess’ at 21 and why she finds living in Los Angeles ‘very calming’.  

When asked when she would like to go on tour, Adele replied: ‘As soon as possible, I’m ready to go! It’s all up to COVID so keep wearing your mask and don’t be spreading that Delta and who knows!’

Telling all: Adele has revealed she is ready to go on tour 'as soon as possible' - while playfully encouraging fans to 'keep wearing their masks

 Telling all: Adele has revealed she is ready to go on tour ‘as soon as possible’ – while playfully encouraging fans to ‘keep wearing their masks

The singing sensation, whose fourth album fans are waiting for with bated breath, gave Joe Sabia a peek into her lavish Los Angeles pad as they engaged in the quick fire Q&A. 

Dressed comfortably in a tracksuit, something which she said was ‘typical’ of Brits in 90 degree heat, the Easy On Me songstress seemed more than happy to answer a whole plethora of questions, regardless of their intensity.

No hesitation was noted when she was questioned on the biggest risk she’s taken –  ‘leaving my marriage,’ was her three-word response. 

Frank Dressed head-to-toe in a tracksuit, something which she said was 'typical' of Brits in 90 degree heat, the Easy On Me songstress seemed more than happy to answer a whole plethora of questions - the easy, the hard and the thought-provoking

Frank Dressed head-to-toe in a tracksuit, something which she said was ‘typical’ of Brits in 90 degree heat, the Easy On Me songstress seemed more than happy to answer a whole plethora of questions – the easy, the hard and the thought-provoking

Adele’s life may have taken her across the pond but it was clear that she hadn’t forgotten her Tottenham roots, as she was able to belt out the North London football club’s chant without a second thought.  

On a more candid note, there was a lot of reflection on how she’s grown throughout the making of her albums, 19 (2008), 21 (2011), 25 (2015) and of course, the latest to be added to her discography, 30, set for release in November.

Of her diaries during the 21 era, she dubbed them as looking: ‘Drunk, chaotic, stressed, very sad’ – and admitted that she would advise her 19-year-old self that her love life ‘would get a lot worse.’ 

Talented: Adele's life may have taken her across the pond but it was clear that she hadn't forgotten her Tottenham roots, as she was able to belt out the North London football club's chant without a second thought

Talented: Adele’s life may have taken her across the pond but it was clear that she hadn’t forgotten her Tottenham roots, as she was able to belt out the North London football club’s chant without a second thought

Honest: Adele remained mostly tight-lipped about her unreleased work, but did admit she 'cries a lot' during her new songs, songs of which contain her 'favourite lyrics yet'

Honest: Adele remained mostly tight-lipped about her unreleased work, but did admit she ‘cries a lot’ during her new songs, songs of which contain her ‘favourite lyrics yet’

Adele remained mostly tight-lipped about her unreleased work, but did admit she ‘cries a lot’ during her new songs, songs of which contain her ‘favourite lyrics yet.’ 

‘It’s definitely my most personal one [album] yet,’ she added.

The songwriter, who shares a son Angelo James, nine, with ex husband Simon Konecki, also dwelled on parenthood, revealing that Remedy was the ‘easiest song to write’ because it was all about her only child. 

Influence: The songwriter, who shares a son Angelo James, nine, with ex husband Simon Konecki, also dwelled on parenthood, revealing that Remedy was the 'easiest song to write' because it was all about her only child

Influence: The songwriter, who shares a son Angelo James, nine, with ex husband Simon Konecki, also dwelled on parenthood, revealing that Remedy was the ‘easiest song to write’ because it was all about her only child

Grocery shopping: There were a lot of additional fun facts that escaped the Q&A - the British supermarket she most pines for is Marks & Spencer, she was surprised her 'sarcastic humour' didn't travel and her most prized possession is a piece of Celine Dion’s gum

Grocery shopping: There were a lot of additional fun facts that escaped the Q&A – the British supermarket she most pines for is Marks & Spencer, she was surprised her ‘sarcastic humour’ didn’t travel and her most prized possession is a piece of Celine Dion’s gum

There were a lot of additional fun facts that escaped the Q&A – the British supermarket she most pines for is Marks & Spencer, she was surprised her ‘sarcastic humour’ didn’t travel and her most prized possession is a piece of Celine Dion’s gum – which good pal James Cordon framed for her after she appeared on his famous Carpool Karaoke.   

Towards the end of the Q&A, which, in the end, amounted to over the intended 73 questions, Adele revealed her top three favourite songs. 

Someone Like You was placed first, a new song in second and When We Were Young snatched third position: ‘It means a lot to me,’ she said. 

Hitmaker: Adele revealed her top three favourite songs she's written, with Someone Like You at the top

Hitmaker: Adele revealed her top three favourite songs she’s written, with Someone Like You at the top 




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