Adele Laurie Blue Adkins has always been adored by the Grammy, ever since she first set foot inside their opulent gates. The English pop singer and songwriter has always experienced the full spectrum of emotions in her relationship with music’s biggest night. Over the years, she has even dealt with both the worst lows and the best highs on Grammy’s night, sometimes within a matter of hours, if not minutes.
Has anyone ever experienced the highs and lows that Adele has in her still-emerging career? But if reports from previous weeks are to be believed, regular Grammy attendee and 15-time Grammy winner Adele might not even show up.
However, according to recent reports from Pop Base, the Rolling in the Deep singer will undoubtedly take part in the biggest night of the year. The biggest music event of the year might not be able to proceed without Adele and other music’s biggest stars. Numerous A-list performers are scheduled to appear at the 65th Grammy Awards.
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Adele ‘can’t miss’ attending the Grammy stage!
Although the Grammy has not yet finalized its list of excepted attendees, it appears that many of the A-list nominees this year might not attend. And one of those could be the long-running rumors that Adele would join the list of non-attendees. On the other hand, the Water Under the Bridge singer herself has slammed this fake news. She will undoubtedly attend the night, according to her confirmation to Pop Base.
Adele was enraged at those spreading the completely false rumors. She even admitted that she “would never miss the Grammy awards” and “Whoever started that rumor is a d*ckhead.”
Adele confirms she will be attending the #GRAMMYs.
“Who said I wasn’t going? Whoever started that rumor is a dickhead cause I am going. I would never miss the Grammys!” pic.twitter.com/KTim75aOhX
— Pop Base (@PopBase) January 28, 2023
Beyoncé and Adele, this year’s top two nominees, were reportedly left off of the list of performers. Additionally, the Academy confirmed that more performers would be revealed in the following days.
Beyoncé recently performed in Dubai, marking her first live performance following the release of Renaissance, The A.V. Club’s No. 1 album of the year, while Adele is currently performing at her rescheduled Las Vegas residency.
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Adele’s special bond with the Grammy in her career
In February 2017, at the 59th Grammy Awards, Adele took home five Grammys, bringing her career total to 15 Grammys overall.
The singer-songwriter won ‘Album of the Year’ at the 2016 Grammy Awards for her album 25, winning the biggest prize of the evening. Moreover, she was awarded ‘Best Pop Vocal Album’ for 25. She also won ‘Record of the Year,’ ‘Best Song of the Year,’ and ‘Best Pop Solo Performance’ for her song Hello.
The Easy on Me singer used the chance to pay gratitude to Beyonce multiple times in her acceptance speech for ‘Album of the Year.’ The album Lemonade by Beyonce was also nominated for ‘Album of the Year,’ and Adele declared in her speech that Beyonce was “the artist of my life.”
In 2012 and 2013, she received significantly fewer Grammy awards. Adele won ‘Best Pop Solo Performance’ in 2012 and ‘Best Song Written for Visual Media’ in 2013 for Skyfall.
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The 2023 Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on CBS on February 5 at 8 p.m. E.T./5 p.m. P.T. and will be hosted by three-time emcee Trevor Noah.