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Adele’s Winning Night


British songstress Adele took over the night at the 54th annual Grammy awards. The singer swept the night with victory over 6 Grammy awards, meaning for every award that she was nominated for she won.

After recovering from her unfortunate vocal cord surgery she was back at it again. The artist underwent surgery for a benign polyp on her vocal cords and was up and well just in time for the Grammy’s. Performing for her millions of fans her hit single “Rolling in the Deep” she proved to us that this set back was minor and she wasn’t going anywhere. She wowed fans with her sweet belts, grace and elegance which led to a standing ovation from all of her adoring fans and fellow artists in the audience. For the full performance click here.

After winning the Grammy’s for Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance back in 2009, the Brit returned with her sophomore album, 21 which got her nominated for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the year for “Rolling in the Deep” Best Pop Solo Performance for her single “Someone Like You” and Best Pop Vocal Album, the album 21 was indeed a winning one. The humble artist accepted her awards with genuine excitement and joy that was quite tasteful to the audience and her loyal fans. She is the second female to win 6 awards in one evening after Beyoncé.

The star’s talent wasn’t the only thing being recognized that night. Her overall look for the night led to many stares and caused several oohs and ahhs down the red carpet.  The singer walked down the carpet wearing a beautiful black sequined Giorgio Armani gown which flattered  her well. She also topped her outfit off with a new shorter blonder hairstyle with waves that emulated old Hollywood style as seen here, confirming to us all that she has indeed made her mark as a superstar.

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