Adele’s agony and ecstasy at the Grammys

Kurstin, however, was cut – so when they came back on stage for Adele’s record-breaking win of the year (again, “Hello” beating “Formation”), she let him do the talking first. .

Adele, who had also won Best Pop Vocal Performance earlier in the evening, then got really into Beyoncé.

“Of course my dream, my dream and my idol is Queen B, and I adore you,” she said. “You move my soul every day, and you have for almost 17 years. I adore you, and I want you to be my mommy, okay?”

Adele also thanked her manager of 10 years, Jonathan Dickin, whom she said she loved like a father, if only she loved her own father. “I love you so, so much,” she told Dickins. “I don’t love my father, that’s right, it doesn’t mean much, but I love you as I would be! I love you as I would love my father!”

Paging Dr. Phil for this moment alone, but Adele’s usual fiery irreverence raised no flags.


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