‘Keep wearing your mask, don’t spread that Delta and who knows!’: Adele says she’s ready to go on tour — admitting the biggest risk she’s taken is leaving her marriage
Adele has revealed she is ready to go on tour “as soon as possible”, while playfully encouraging fans to “keep wearing their masks.”
In a talkative, 73 question-and-answer session with Vogue, the 33-year-old pop star — who released her first single in six years last week — said her next batch of appearances will depend on how the COVID pandemic progresses.
When asked when she would like to tour, Adele replied: ‘As soon as possible I’m ready to go! It’s all on COVID so keep wearing your mask and don’t spread that Delta and who knows!’
Telling all: Adele has revealed she’s ready to go on tour ‘as soon as possible’ – while playfully encouraging fans to ‘keep wearing their masks’
The singing sensation, whose fourth album fans are eagerly awaiting, gave Joe Sabia a glimpse into her lavish Los Angeles path as they engaged in the quick-fire Q&A.
Comfortably dressed in a tracksuit, something she said was “typical” for Brits in 90-degree heat, the Easy On Me singer seemed more than happy to answer a whole host of questions, regardless of their intensity.
No hesitation was noted when she was questioned about the biggest risk she took – ‘leave my marriage’, was her answer in three words.
Frank Dressed head to toe in a tracksuit, something she said was “typical” for Brits in a 90-degree heat, the Easy On Me singer seemed more than happy to answer a whole host of questions — the easy, the difficult and the thought-provoking
Adele’s life may have taken her across the pond, but it was clear that she hadn’t forgotten her Tottenham roots, as she could carry the North London football club’s chant without thinking twice.
On a more candid note, there was a lot of reflection on how she’s grown during the making of her albums, 19 (2008), 21 (2011), 25 (2015) and of course the latest to be added to her discography, 30, planned for a November release.
Of her 21-era diaries, she called them “Drunk, chaotic, stressed, very sad” — and admitted to advising her 19-year-old self that her love life was “going to get a lot worse.”
Talented: Adele’s life may have taken her across the pond, but it was clear she hadn’t forgotten her Tottenham roots, as she was able to carry the chant of the North London football club without thinking twice