Here she is, the "unstoppable" Adele, performing the Oscar-nominated song 'Skyfall' at the 2013 Academy Awards. As you can see, she pretty much kills it. Although what do you expect from Adele? What do you think of her performance? Was it Oscar-worthy...
To be honest, this is the first time we've made it all the way through the theme song for the latest Bond movie. Maybe it's the fancy suit, but comedian and 'Best Week Ever' host Paul F. Tompkins keeps us more entertained than Adele. It could be the dancers...
Taking the random tribal music out of a piece of performance art and replacing it with the song from the latest James Bond movie is one way to make an instant joke. This video is a piece of performance art by Melati Suryodarmo called "butterdance," but the song is 'Skyfall' by Adele. It's definitely more dramatic.
If you love dance parties, but just don't have it in you to physically move for more than 10 minutes without experiencing chest pain, here you go! This pop "danthology" squeezes 55 songs that got stuck in your head at the grocery store this year into eight minutes.
A lot of important questions are asked by the internet, such as "What if Adele was Mrs. Doubtfire?" Tumblr WhatIfAdeleWasMrsDoubtfire is attempting to answer that question. Turns out the answers are pretty hilarious. Here are some of our favorites from the site. Oh, and GIFs! Glorious, glorious GIFs!
Probably what happened is artist RED decided as tribute to Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain," she should set fire to the rain, then realized you can't really set fire to the rain, so she set some candles on fire instead. The result is much less terrifying than actual flaming rain would be -- in fact, it's a pretty amazing portrait of Adele made using only melted wax.
Songstress Adele may be incredible and have two multi-platinum albums, but, let's face it, 'Rolling in the Deep' has been played to death. But here's a version of the hit song by a soulful pooch that even ear-weary Adele fans will love. You've never heard it like this before, guaranteed.
Celine Dion's usually schlock-y output and diva-like personality have long made her a bit of a punchline. But there is no denying the French-Canadian can flat out sing. During a show in Las Vegas last week, Dion covered Adele's signature song, 'Rolling in The Deep.' It's a difficult song to do, as Adele's booming voice is so hard to measure up to. Check out how Dion does.
Adele is inescapable these days. The British singer continues to dominate the charts, and her songs are all over the radio and YouTube, thanks to aspiring singers uploading their covers of her many hits. Adele's music influences both young and old alike. Even the really young adore Adele, as evidenced by two-year-old Makena, who looks so cute as she mumbles through 'Someone Like You.'
As is often pointed out by the game's critics, baseball can be a bit slow. So what's a fielder to do during the often excruciating periods between pitches?
Well, if you're Cleveland Indians' second baseman Jason Kipnis, you do a bit of singing. Adele's 'Someone Like You' to be exact.
Don't cut Adele off when she is making an acceptance speech. James Corden, who hosted the BRIT Awards Tuesday night learned this lesson after he interrupted the 'Rolling in the Deep' singer as she accepted the British Album of the Year award for the colossally successful '21.'
The crowd booed Corden for telling Adele that they had to move on to Blur's performance, and then Adele told him what she
There's no denying that Adele has amazing vocal chops. But it's the fact she sings with pure, raw emotion that's made her a star. This depressed French bulldog, who cries to a song by the British songstress, seems keenly aware of this.