Adele covers both American and British Vogue, talks her new album, anxiety and divorce

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Adele is back And doing double duty.

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The 33-year-old British singer is the cover star for the November issue of both american vogue And British Vogue, published together on Thursday, something that has never happened before in history, According to Vogue.

Photographer Alasdair Mcklellan caught Adele wearing a vibrant and cascading green Valentino Haute Couture dress with Cartier earrings for a Vogue cover. For British Vogue, the “Chasing Pavements” singer was captured by Steven Meisel in a canary yellow dress, her hair in waves.


It’s been almost six years since the Velvet songstress released her last album “25” in 2015. But after teasing fans A taste of her next single “Easy on Me” on Tuesday, She confirms that her next “sensitive” project is on the way.

“I always say ’21’ isn’t mine anymore. Everyone else took it to heart,” she told American Vogue Her 2011 project which won a Grammy for Album of the Year. “I’m not going to let it go. It’s my album. I want to share myself with everyone, but I don’t think I’ll ever let it go.”

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In both cover stories, Adeletalk talks about her struggles with anxiety, Her 2019 divorce from Simon Konecki and her relationship with her son Angelo, 9.

Adele covers the November issue of American and British Vogue.

In a November cover for British Vogue, she said, “My anxiety was so terrible, I would forget what I said or didn’t say about my separation from Angelou.” “Angelo’s like, ‘I don’t understand.’ … I really don’t even get it. There are rules in society for what happens and what doesn’t happen in marriage and after marriage, but I’m a very complicated person. I’ve always let her go. Know how I feel from a very young age because I used to feel quite frazzled as an adult.”

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She said that her fitness routine helped her with her mental health struggle.

“I realized that when I was exercising, I didn’t care. It was never about losing weight. I thought, If I could make my body physically stronger, and I could feel it.” and see, maybe one day I can make my emotions and my mind physically stronger,” she said in American Vogue.

But the consequences of using the gym as a coping mechanismIt’s also been disappointing for the 15-time Grammy winner.

Adele walks during the second half in Game Five of the NBA Finals.

“People are shocked because I haven’t shared my ‘journey’. They’re used to people documenting everything on Instagram… I did it for myself and no one else,” she told British Vogue Told. “You don’t have to be overweight to be body positive, you can be any shape or size.”

Adele also details other incidents that garnered much public attention in her double interviews such as criticism for wearing bantu knots and her Beyoncé yelling at the Grammys.

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“I completely understand why people thought it was appropriated,” she told Bantu Knots’ British Vogue. “I wore a hairstyle that’s really meant to protect the Afro hair. Obviously, mine was ruined.”

Adele also admitted to crying in Beyoncé’s dressing room, then expressed admiration for her Album of the Year winning for “25” against Beyoncé’s “Lemonade”.

Adele poses with her five Grammy Awards.

“I just told her, like, how the Grammys work, and the people who control it from the very top—they don’t know what a visual album is. They don’t want to support the way she’s pushing things.” is,” she said.

He told American Vogue that his golden gramophone arrived in the broken mail, but he never got it fixed. Instead, he tied it to the person he thought deserved the award.

“There’s a lemon in it,” she said.

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