Over the weekend we got a glimpse of multiple Grammy-winning songstress Adele on the cover of the March issue of US Vogue magazine (Checkout the cover here). Now head below for a look at the ‘Rolling In The Deep‘ beauty rocking designs by Yves Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana, Tom Ford, Oscar De La Renta and more in her gorgeous editorial, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
Here are some highlights from the 23-year-old’s interview with the magazine.
ON HER FUTURE PLANS: “I am f***** off for four or five years. If I am constantly working, my relationships fail. So at least now I can have enough time to write a happy record. And be in love and be happy. And then I don’t know what I’ll do. Get married. Have some kids. Plant a nice vegetable patch”.
ON HER 37-YEAR-OLD FORMER INVESTMENT BROKER BOYFRIEND SIMON KONECKI: “He’s wonderful. And he’s proud of me, but he don’t care about what I do or what other people think. He looks after me. I don’t think I would have gotten through the recovery for my surgery if it hadn’t been for him”.
ON ALWAYS GETTING NERVOUS BEFORE A LIVE PERFORMANCE: “You can see the fear behind my eyes. The first TV show I ever did was … with Jools Holland, when I was eighteen, and I was sandwiched between Björk and Paul McCartney. And the fear in my eyes is exactly the same fear that’s in my eyes when I come on singing now. The more records I sell and the bigger this all gets, the bigger the shows get. It’s like a vicious cycle”.
ON DOING RED CARPET EVENTS: “I hate the red carpet. I don’t feel insecure, I just feel like, Oh, I don’t want to do this. I literally get a stomach cramp. At the VMA’s last year I felt really out of my comfort zone because there were so many superstars there. But that’s been the case from day one. I never feel like, Oh, yeah, I should be here. And I was
missing my best friend’s hen night”.
ON HAVING THROAT SURGERY LATE LAST YEAR: “I’ve been singing properly every day since I was about fifteen or sixteen. and I have never had any problems with my voice, ever. I’ve had a sore throat here and there, had a cold and sung through it, but that day it just went while I was onstage in Paris during a radio show. It was literally like someone had pulled a curtain over it. I knew my voice was in trouble and obviously I cried a lot. But crying is really bad for your vocal cords, too!”.
Photos Via Vogue