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Adele Opens Up About Her Private Life & Squad Goals With Rollingstone


Adele Opens Up About Her Private Life & Squad Goals With Rollingstone

Adele’s comeback wouldn’t be official without a Rolling Stone cover.

In October, the British songstress made her amazing return with the record-breaking “Hello.” The single has gone on to sell 1.1 million downloads only seven days after its release and dethroned Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” as Vevo’s most-played music video.

“Hello” has ushered the new mother back into the spotlight, a space she vacated after her Grammy-earning album “21” was released in 2011.

Adele sat down with Rolling Stone’s Brian Hart to give fans a rare glimpse into her artistic process and private life.

In the wide-ranging interview, Adele spoke to the public’s perception of her distaste for fame.

People think I hate being famous. And I don’t. I’m really frightened of it. I think it’s really toxic … Watching Amy [Winehouse] deteriorate is one of the reasons I’m a bit frightened. We were all very entertained by her being a mess.

Although she admits that in her break between albums, she’s lost touch with “what’s going on in the charts and in pop culture,” even Adele isn’t immune to Taylor Swift’s #SquadGoals.

I wish my squad was all supermodels. We are, in our brains … It’s not as interesting as some of the other squads that are around right now, but maybe Rihanna can be in my squad! That would be really cool. Oh, God. She’s life itself, isn’t she? I love her.

Fame, of course, is not without its drawbacks. Adele has been referred to as the “anti-pop star,” relying on her powerful voice instead of strapping into a bodysuit.

Would I show my body off if I was thinner? Probably not, because my body is mine. But sometimes I’m curious to know if I would have been as successful if I wasn’t plus-size. I think I remind everyone of themselves. Not saying everyone is my size, but it’s relatable because I’m not perfect, and I think a lot of people are portrayed as perfect, unreachable and untouchable.

For more from Adele, head over to Rolling Stone for the full interview. Adele’s Rolling Stone cover is on newsstands now.

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