I can’t stop listening to this.
I can’t stop listening to this.
At the Brit Awards, Adele won album of the year — and then immediately got cut off mid-thank you so Blur could go on. This makes the trainwreck that was the Grammys look like a well-oiled machine in comparison. Thankfully, she had the presence of mind to give the perfect reaction. (via tumblr.thedailywh.at)
Before Adele won six Grammys last night, she was profiled by Anderson Cooper on “60 Minutes.” Here’s a three-minute reel of the interview’s most memorable moments.
Enjoy these beautiful pictures of Adele.
“Go ahead and sell me out and I’ll leave your ship bare.” Adele has already responded to comments made by fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld that described the British singer as “too fat.” Now, in this clip from his show on CNN tonight, Anderson Cooper joins the anti-Lagerfeld fray.
Suck it, Karl Lagerfeld. Here’s Adele speaking with People Magazine about her body image. While this wasn’t a response to a specific question about Lagerfeld’s comments, it serves as an indirect and badass rebuke.
The Fashion world’s quote master shares his thoughts on Russian women too. (via styleite.com)
Wow. “It’s about love.” (via thedailywh.at)
Oh, come ON, Kate! It’s bad enough that you can’t tell Adele apart from Amy Winehouse, but your juxtaposition of Winehouse (who is dead) with “Rolling in the Deep” (the Adele song whose title coincidentally sounds like something a dead person would be doing) on tonight’s “Jeopardy!” made things all the more awkward.
From a song that had been covered on Youtube over 1,000 times, video artist Zapatou creates this catchy montage of the tune that covers all of the lyrics with 71 musicians.
The Asian Adele has been discovered on K-Pop Star. The look of hatred on the other contestants’ faces is awesome.
Which of these things, from a BBC list called Faces of the Year 2011: The Women, is not like the other?
Adele apparently hates organic honey, citrus fruits, and North American beer, but loves Marlboro Lights and “bite-size” candybars. Who knew? (via imwithkanye.tumblr.com)
VEVO originally had an entire Adele concert online, but they decided to take that down. So, here’s the one performance they kept up, “Turning Tables.”
I know that the same chord progressions are in tons of songs, but this one lines up nearly exactly. Coincidence? Watch Video ›
Because you’ve always wanted to know. Instructions: Main Chords: G, D, EM, C. Pre Chorus: AM, EM, D. Set the tempo as G major, and the beat rhythm is 3 taps per chord. Watch Video ›
Arguably the best skit from this weekend’s SNL. It’s just so true. (via vh1.com)
Finally. I’ve been waiting for this music video for a long time now. Watch Video ›
Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s daughter, Bobbi-Kristina Brown, recently covered Adele’s ‘Someone Like You’. What do you think, did she inherit her mother’s voice? Watch Video ›
Adele appeared on British gabber The Jonathan Ross Show this past weekend, and she confessed that she hasn’t written any new music in months. (She did admit that she ended a short relationship in May, “But no way is that boy getting a record about him. No way.”) Still, there is one light at the end of the tunnel.
The brassy Brit hinted that she’ll be heading in to the studio soon to record a “theme” of some sort. Nudge, Nudge, wink wink. So, how many Bond soundtrack singles have turned out to be top 10 hits? More than you think!
Adele performs her song “Someone Like You” at the 2011 MTV VMAs on Sunday (August 28) at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles.
Need more DoTs! Stop attacking the spawns, guys. Seriously.
You will remember these two as the adorable duo behind the adorable cover of Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros’ “Home.” They’re back, and this time they’re covering Adele. As you’d expect, it’s great. Watch Video ›
Baby handle site Nameberry has released its annual list of names they predict will be affixed to the most birth certificates throughout the year. Virtually all of them are based on celebrities and other pop culture phenomena. Beware the impending Pippa Boom. View List ›
Each month Last.fm releases a list of the Top 50 most deleted songs from users’ “scrobbles” (that term is never not going to be ridiculous). We’ve crunched the numbers by artist so we can see once and for all who is the weakest link. People still say that right? Right? Read More ›
Way better than you’d think. Give it a shot. Watch Video ›