It's been fifteen years since Adele first burst into the music industry with Hometown Glory and it seems we all gave been pronouncing her name wrong this entire time!
Following her release of ‘I Drink Wine’ music video, she recently appeared on the Happy Hour with Adele special with host and comedian Benito Skinner where she answered fan questions.
In the viral video, one asked about how she felt when she wrote her latest album 30, and her own self-love journey. While the question was about her music, Adele was quick to notice that the person had pronounced her name correctly, saying: "I love that. She pronounced my name perfectly. Where’s she from, Enfield or something?"
Well, we all are guilty! And this revelation will definitely blow your mind.
Giving a glimpse into her background, Adele shared that she is originally from Tottenham, London and mentioned that she prefers the pronunciation 'Uh-dell' over 'Ah-dell' - which has blown everyone away who has been saying it all for over a decade now.
She also went on to say that her attitude was to 'ride the wave' and that by the time she reached 30 she had 'no idea' what she was doing.
In the recent interaction, she also shared how she feels when it comes to singing some of her classics with her Las Vegas residency soon approaching. However, she pointed out that she'll always sing the fan favourites after she was left 'annoyed' at a Radiohead gig.
Skinner asked: "Are there some [songs] that you’re like, 'I can’t believe I have to sing this still?'" She admitted: "Do you know what yeah, one time I went to a Radiohead show and they didn’t fucking sing Creep. I was so annoyed. And I get it, I get it, but I would never do that, just because of how pissed off I was!"
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