British superstar Adele has laughed off reports suggesting she became a recluse during her hiatus.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer stepped out of the spotlight to start a family following the huge international success of her 2011 album 21, and her Bond theme 'Skyfall' which won her a slew of awards, including an Oscar.
The world is waiting with baited breath for Adele to drop her new album 25 and the gorgeous English songstress is slated to perform on an hour-long BBC special hosted by Graham Norton later this month.
Both the new record and the program “Adele at the BBC” will release on November 20th, and there’s a sneak peek of Adele singing “Hello” to serve as an appetizer.
Proving that she has nothing to hide, Adele skipped the cosmetics chair and headed straight to the photo shoot for her cover shot for Rolling Stone magazine’s latest issue.
The 27-year-old London native, who will release her new album 25 later this month, confessed that while she’s not been keeping up on the pop music trends, she can’t wait for Frank Ocean’s next opus- "I've lost touch with music. Not, like, all music. But I feel like I don't know what's going on in the charts and in popular culture. I've not lost touch with, like, reality. Just with what's current."
Capping off a great week for her fans, Adele released the video for her new single “Hello” on Friday (October 23) and it’s quite the heartbreak ditty.
On the track, the “Chasing Pavements” chick sings, “I must’ve called a thousand times to tell you I’m sorry for everything that I’ve done. At least I can say that I’ve tried to tell you I’m sorry for breaking your heart. But it don’t matter, it clearly doesn’t tear you apart anymore.”
Giving her fans a serious mood boost, Adele posted a message to her Facebook page confirming that she’ll release a new album before year’s end.
The “Rumor Has It” songstress wrote, "My last record was a break-up record and if I had to label this one I would call it a make-up record. I'm making up with myself. Making up for lost time. Making up for everything I ever did and never did. But I haven't got time to hold on to the crumbs of my past like I used to. What's done is done. Turning 25 was a turning point for me, slap bang in the middle of my twenties. Teetering on the edge of being an old adolescent and a fully-fledged adult, I made the decision to go into becoming who I'm going to be forever without a removal van full of my old junk. I miss everything about my past, the good and the bad, but only because it won't come back."