Posts tagged adele
Posts tagged adele
Adele tweeted this photo upon her post-awards season return to the UK. Not totally sure what Adele’s six-month-old baby has done to deserve this title, but she’s Adele and she can do whatever she wants.
Adele may have (accidentally or on purpose) revealed her son’s name when she wore a gold necklace spelling the word “Angelo” this week.
If I’ve waited this long, put in this much work, and stressed out this much, only to find out that Adele’s baby is named Angelo Konecki, I’m going to freak out.
Adele won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song last night, and although she thanked her “lovely” infant son in her acceptance speech, she declined to call him by name. Later in the press room, she told reporters, “I am not sharing his name at the moment. It is very personal to me. I am enjoying him on my own.”
I don’t like secrets, especially from the woman who taught America how to feel. We have a lot of emotions, and we want to make your baby famous, Adele. Why wouldn’t you want your baby to be famous?
Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, the youngest cast member on Modern Family, was recorded singing Adele in the backseat of her stage mother’s car, presumably by her stage mother. It’s cute, because small, uninformed children singing about heartbreak is hilarious, but Aubrey should keep her day job. (I, meanwhile, have identified with “Someone Like You” ever since I saw Cruz Beckham out to dinner with another girl.)
All I want is for Adele to be happy and to never, ever hear this.
According to reports, Adele is expecting her baby in September, meaning that she has missed out on several months of Simpson-ing her baby (read: exploiting her pregnancy for attention).
It would also mean that she was pregnant at the Grammys and during that interview with Matt Lauer, two huge opportunities to spill a secret in a super-pretentious way. (And Lauer calls himself a serious journalist.)
I guess Adele just doesn’t want to be as famous as Beyonce.
Adele told British Vogue:
“I’ve always got on better with boys. Most of my friends are boys. Like, if I have children, I want five boys. Boys love their mothers whereas girls can be so mean to each other.”
Firstly, Adele gets along better with boys? Has she HEARD her own music? Katie cries to Adele ALL THE TIME.
And, yes, girls can be mean to each other. (Hello!) But boys are gross and they make messes and their outfits are SO boring. Eww. Everyone knows there are only three boys I make exceptions for: