Adele Reveals Details About ‘Hello’ Boyfriend; ‘Just Want it to Be Over’


Adele continues to shine with her talent and personality now that she is back in the spotlight, following the release of her latest album “25”.

However, apart from her fame, another thing that the 27-year-old singer seems to enjoy in her comeback is that she is in a happier place right now.

Vogue reports that Adele declared her love for her long-time partner Simon Konecki at the filming of the NBC special “Adele: Live in New York City”. Prior to her performance of the hit single “Someone Like You”, she offered a brief introduction of why the song means different for her this time compared to when it was first released back in 2011.

Vogue quotes Adele in saying:

“I don’t sing this from the same place anymore. I sing it from an amazing place because of my man who is here tonight – and I love you – and this is the first show that he’s ever seen me do!”

Apart from thanking her “man”, Adele also did not miss the chance to thank her fans for their support.

In a report by US Weekly, the magazine quotes the singer in saying:

“I’m incredibly proud of this song (“Someone Like You”) and I want to thank you all for taking my music into your lives. It’s a big ask and I really appreciate it. And I love being a part of your lives.”

The magazine details that Adele and Konecki met and began dating back in 2011 and had their now-three-year-old son Angelo in October 2012.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail reports that Adele also took the concert special as a chance to express her emotions in being back in the music industry after her hiatus. The website details that the singer said how she missed her fans so much and because of her nervousness, she thought of wanting the show to be over.

The Daily Mail shares the full quote as follows:

“Before the show, I was like, ‘I just want it to be over,’ because I was so nervous and I’ve managed to remember every moment from this show, which is a first for me.”

To celebrate her return, Adele is scheduled for a world tour that will kick off early in 2016.

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