Adele receives a big standing ovation after performing her hit “Rolling in the Deep” at the 54th annual Grammy Awards Sunday night.
You might say that Adele took over the show because she received numerous standing ovations as she performed on stage and accepted her Grammy awards.
The 23-year-old also made a clean sweep in each of the six categories she was nominated for a Grammy winning them all.
During one acceptance speech she thanked her doctors for getting her back to being able to sing again. She also thanked her producer Paul Epworth who helped her create the song of the year.
Adele had to take a 2 month hiatus after having laser surgery to remove a hemorrhaged polyp that had developed on her vocal chords and caused her problems.
After she made her anticipated return Jarett Wieselman at celebrity website TheInsider, said “Thank the music gods that she sounds just as perfect as she did before that haemorrhaged vocal chord.”
Meanwhile, Alexis L. Loinaz from E! Online wrote, “The gal kills it! If there are any lingering doubts that Adele might not be ready to unleash those pipes yet, this footage puts them to rest.”
Before the airing of the Grammys on CBS, Adele’s story was featured on “60 Minutes,” where she told Anderson Copper about when she first knew she was having trouble with her throat, when during a French radio station performance, “It felt like something popped in my throat.”
Adele later said that having to have the surgery was “a wake up call” and now she knows her limitations.