And now, speaking about her childhood and finding her singing talent, she has explained that being accepted into the renowned Brit School in London changed her life forever.
Adele says, "I hate to think where I'd have ended up if I hadn't gone to The Brit School. It's quite inspiring to be around 700 kids who want to be something - rather than 700 kids who just wanna get pregnant so they get their own flat."
Adele has also spoken about the fact that her new album is auto-biographical and most of the songs are about one ex-boyfriend in particular. She says, "I have no idea if heís heard the record, or is kind of clever enough to link it, to think itís him. Iím not saying heís dim. Itís just that toward the end I donít think he felt like I loved him enough to write a record about him. But I did."
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