Adele is fast becoming one of the most prolific singers. An amazing voice and an in-your-face attitude make her stand out from some of the other pop stars of today. With what she’s been through over the past few months, you would think her resolve would have been at least slightly shaken. Not in the slightest, and that is what makes Adele different.
Adele has no misguided perceptions of herself. She has no desire to be something she isn’t. She is he first to admit that her hatred of exercise is probably the reason for the few extra pounds she carries. It is more important to her to be a singer and songwriter than a Vogue cover model. Not that she has anything against them, it’s just not for her.
in 2011 her world got rocked to the core with the news that she needed surgery to repair her damaged vocal cords. It became apparent earlier in the year, when she began having difficulty during her performances. It was soon discovered that polyps located on her vocal cords were hemorrhaging and if they were not repaired, she could lose not only her singing voice, but her career as well.
Adele’s surgery was performed in November, 2011 at Massachusetts General Hospital. Knowing that the success of the surgery relied on how well she healed, Adele took the time necessary to recuperate and rest her voice. With her appearance at the 2012 Grammy Awards, it was made quite clear that her voice was still intact and there was no doubt of her maintaining her place on the charts.
With an upcoming schedule of 2012 tour dates set in place, Adele is ready to hit the arena circuit and do what she loves best. Singing is her passion and her voice is the tool she uses to inspire those who listen to her.