Adele opened the Grammys with “Hello,” and now we have tingles
The entire world couldn’t get through 2016 without singing the song “Hello” when anyone said the word Hello. So when Adele opened the Grammys with “Hello,” we couldn’t help but get tingles! Seriously she has so much soul. We know musical genius can not be rushed, but we are already looking forward to her next album.
We are not embarrassed to admit that we sang along with Adele as she killed it onstage. Just like her world tour, the singer stood in the center of stage as she was projected to a giant screen behind her. Although we find ourselves loving performances with a huge setup, all Adele needs is a stage and a microphone.
If you happened to miss out on the beginning of the show, because let’s face it, you were probably grabbing award show snacks, here is the AMAZING performance.
According to an interview she did with Rolling Stone, “Hello” was not supposed to sound so morbid.
"It sounds a bit morbid, like I'm dead," Adele said in the Rolling Stone interview. "But it's actually just from the other side of becoming an adult, making it out alive from your late teens, early '20s."
Adele, you make our world that much better!