She may not look like your typical music star, but Adele's songs currently dominant US radio. Adele has released two CDs 19 and 21.
When Adele needed throat surgery in late 2011, false rumors spread that she had throat cancer.
Adele sang at her best friend's wedding in 2011.
Adele was the highest-selling artist of 2011.
Adele calls herself "loud and bolshie."
Adele says she has given up alcohol.
Adele's favorite number is 6.
Adele bought a house with her boyfriend in Sussex in March of 2012.
Adele won a Brit Award in 2012 for Best Female Solo Artist.
Adele underwent vocal cord surgery in November 2011.
Outside of music, Adele has never had a proper job, she says.
Teachers at a secondary school Adele attended tried to bribe her by making her play clarinet in the choir if she wanted to sing.
Adele realized she wanted to sing professionally the first time she held a microphone, which was age fourteen.
Adele describes her mother as very "arty".
Adele says she loves being the center of attention.
Adele says she gets jealous easily.
Adele enjoys writing poetry.
Adele was a classmate of Leona Lewis and Jessie J.
Adele cited the Spice Girls in regard for her love of music.
Adele began singing at age four.
Adele's first public singing performance was a school presentation in which she sung "Rise" by Gabrielle.
Two songs of Adele's were published for the fourth issue of the online arts publication PlatformsMagazine.com.
Adele says she would only lose weight if it would affect her health or sex life.
Adele's song "Daydreamer" was written after her bisexual ex-boyfriend left her for another man.
In an interview, Adele joked that she named her album 19after her weight in stones.
Adele names all of her music albums after the age she was when she wrote the songs on them.
Adele's father left the family when she was only four years old.
Adele is an only child.
Adele attended the BRIT School, which was a free school for the performing arts.
Adele was a huge fan of Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald as a child.