For the first time ever, Adele has opened up about her plans to get married and begin a family along with US agents for sports Rich Paul.
The megastar, 34 who begins her long-awaited Las Vegas residency in November declared: “I’ve never been in the love of a man like this. I’m in love with him.”
In May, the couple paid PS42million on Sylvester’s former Beverly Hills mansion, which Adele is planning to transform into a home for the family.
Adele said: “I definitely want more children. I’m a mom and an ancestor, and having an enviable life can help me to be more successful in my music. At the moment, all I’ve got in my head is Vegas. I wanna f**king nail it.”
The mother-of-one first met her husband, Simon Konecki, in the year 2011 and welcomed the son of their marriage, Angelo who was born in 2012.
Five years later, they were married. The Someone Like You hitmaker casually informed fans at a concert held in Brisbane, Australia she was married and had “found my next love”.
In April 2019, the whole thing was over and Adele said to Oprah Winfrey that she’d “disappointed” his son, and she was “embarrassed” the way it turned out.
But it’s not stopped her from proposing “I do” another time and quickly saying “yes definitely” in response to a question about whether she’d like to marry again.
Her candid comments in the conversation, which is featured in the September issue of Elle magazine interview don’t last for all that long, but.
If asked if she’s engaged, after attending the Brit Awards, sporting a huge stone on her engagement ring, Adele said: “Well I’m not engaged. I’m simply in love. I’m as happy as I’ll ever be. I could as well get married.”
The actress later says: “I’m not engaged. I just love the best jewelry, man”.
Although the quality of her life, in general, has been more perfect in January, her professional career fell to a new low when she canceled her scheduled residency for The Colosseum at Caesars Palace just less than 24 hours prior to performing on stage.
The actress appeared to be drained in a YouTube video at the time, as she claimed that the show was not finished because of issues with Covid and the staging.
Adele declared: “It was the worst moment of my career most definitely. There was so much excitement for these performances. It was a total shock.”
Since the beginning of the year, rumors of tensions between producers and concert organizers have circulated on the internet, with Adele remaining mum about the details of what transpired.
After seven months, the woman finally has come out.
Adele clarified: “There was just no soul on the stage. The stage setup wasn’t quite right. It seemed very disjointed between me and the band and there was a lack of intimacy.
“And perhaps I was trying too hard to provide the things I did within such a controlled and controlled environment.”
But, after a “really very, really difficult” few months, Adele claims to have noticed her confidence grow and is proud to have didn’t sacrifice her “artistic desires.”
The show which runs for 32 shows until March 2023, chronicles her rise to stardom from her breakthrough single Hometown Glory in 2007 to today.
She declares: “I want to tell the story from the start of my professional career and up to the present. I’m not going to give any details about it however, the show will grow.
“It’s all about music, and it’s truly nostalgic. It’s going to be stunning.
“It’s been incredibly emotional to put the set list and visuals because many things have been happening. 15 years is an incredibly long period of time. One thing I am extremely fortunate about even considering how vast my life has become was that I actually lived a normal existence.”
The album she released her debut album, 19 the majority of which she wrote when she was only 16 years old, turned her into an overnight sensation and was the first UK No.1.
It sparked a lengthy listing of accolades for Adele which includes now 12 Brit Awards as well as 15 Grammys.
Her career quickly took off when she released her third and fourth albums, 21 and 25, which became worldwide massive hits Someone Like You and Hello respectively.
After six years of being hidden from the outside world living in the Californian hills, and undergoing surgical procedures for her voice that made her end the 2017 World tour short. Adele returned by releasing Easy On Me.
This track was used as the lead single for her album 30 for her fourth year it broke records for streaming across the world, with over 24 million plays during just the beginning of the week.
In this issue, the October edition of Elle UK is on sale starting on September 1st.