Adele Performs at Grammys 2012
Adele returned to the Grammys for the first time in a year. Her performance of “Rolling in the Deep,” which she performed, received the largest standing ovation of the night. She cancelled a tour in October last year to recover from a vocal chord operation. She has sold more than 6 million albums. Her album, 21 has been at the top of the Billboard charts for six weeks. Adele’s success is only growing with the Grammys becoming a major night in the music industry.
The award was presented by Diana Ross to Adele, and she became teary eyed during her acceptance speech. She praised her mother, her record label, the band she performs with, even wiping her nose during the show. Adele’s performance was a success and she will be delighted to receive her second Grammy in just three weeks. Adele still has a lot to do before the Grammys.
Adele was surrounded by a star-studded cast, including Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, and Ellen DeGeneres. Beyonce and Lady Antebellum were also present. Simon Konecki, her boyfriend, was also seen with the actress-singer. Adele’s stardom was undeniably reflected in the Grammys’ photos.
Adele, who is a pop phenomenon, won six Grammys for her 21 album. The album topped the charts and won several awards, including Album of the Year. Other notable winners were Foo Fighters’ Wasting Away and Bruno Mars’ Doo-Wops and Hooligans. Adele’s 21 album was also nominated for best pop album, and its popularity has increased even further.
The Grammys were a sad night for music industry. Adele was honored for her song “21”. The Grammys, which are the biggest night in music, have undergone a dramatic change. Whitney Houston’s body was found dead in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton hotel. Although the exact cause of death is not yet known, the history of drug addiction is most likely a factor. Let’s look at some other highlights from the Grammys as we watch them.
Adele and Rihanna were the night’s big winners, but other artists were also honored. Several pop and country acts won Grammys, including the legendary Britney Spears. Adele, on the other hand, won two pre-tel awards, including Best Pop Album and Best Country Duo/Group Performance. Click Track interviewed the two-time nominees in May. They have worked together before with Taylor Swift. Wiz Khalifa, meanwhile, was also spotted on the red carpet.
There were also nominees for the Best Pop/Rock Album category. Bon Iver, a sensitive Vermont band, released two EPs as well as a Top 20 album. Nicki Minaj, a thrash electronic music act, was also nominated. The show also featured a cross-generational lineup, including a Beach Boys reunion and Maroon 5 performing. Paul McCartney performed twice.