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She's been the talk of the town leading up to the show, and Adele arrived as expected at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards on Sunday (February 12).
The "Rolling In the Deep" songstress showed up to the Staples Center red carpet to much fanfare as she readied for her first stage effory since undergoing vocal cord surgery last year.
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It's the granddaddy of all music ceremonies, and the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards are all set to take place in Los Angeles, California tonight (February 12).
Held at the Staples Center, the proceedings are being hosted by LL Cool J with a red carpet kickoff lined up for 6 p.m. ET ahead of the ceremony's 8 p.m. ET onset.
She's the talk of the town ahead of her stage return this weekend at the GRAMMY Awards, and Adele sat down for a conversation with Anderson Cooper as part of CBS' "60 Minutes".
The English singer-songwriter discussed her vocal cord surgery, after which she had to write out her words and use a phone app to communicate.
She's the talk of the town while readying to make her post-vocal chord surgery stage debut at the 2012 GRAMMY Awards, and Adele adorns the cover of the latest issue of People magazine.
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Much to the delight of her mega fan base, it has just been announced that Adele will partake in her first post-throat surgery performance at the 2012 Grammy Awards.
Already up for an impressive six nominations, the 23-year-old singer announced that she will take the stage for the February 12th show via her Twitter page this morning (January 31).
Her impressive vocals are taking her right to the top, and for the 17th non-consecutive week, Adele's album 21 is sitting pretty in the #1 spot on the Billboard albums chart.
The “Someone Like You” songstress shares the first place longevity honor with Billy Ray Cyrus’ Some Gave All album, which did the same back in 1992.
Just three days removed from the saddening loss of Grammy Award winning singer Etta James, fellow vocalist Adele has paid tribute in the form of a blog post.
She's steered clear of the microphone for over four months, but soon that silence will be broken as Adele is set to perform at the 2012 Brit Awards.
The Grammy-nominated songstress, who has stayed away from the stage following her November vocal cords surgery, will make her long-awaited debut at the February 21st gig.