Adele Says Her Son Would Never Buy Her Album, Opens Up About Her Crippling …

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Adele Gushes Over Son Angelo on Today, Says 25 Will “Probably” Be Available for Streaming Later.

A guest on the show today (November 25), Adele performed the track from her third album ’25’, continuing her decision to perform different tracks from the album on different TV shows.

Adele showcased her immense vocal range on Wednesday during a Today Show performance of “Million Years Ago,” a sparse ballad from her new LP, 25. “I know I’m not the only one / Who regrets the things they’ve done,” she sings in the clip, swooping from dramatic high notes to a low rumble, backed by minimal acoustic and electric guitars. “Sometimes I just feel it’s only me / Who can stand the reflection that they see.” Adele also spoke with Matt Lauer about 25, her long-awaited, record-shattering third LP – explaining the writer’s block which, at first, prevented her from accessing the same emotions that defined 21. “I don’t think sadness is always devastating,” she says. “It can be quite uplifting and joyful, as well.Just about 12 hours after breaking *NSYNC’s single-week album sales record — which 25 basically manhandled in a fraction of the time — Adele stopped by Today in New York City for the show’s latest Citi Concert Series to perform the collection’s especially jazzy, “Million Years Ago.” In the past week Adele has performed on Saturday Night Live, the BBC, and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and it’s become obvious that the past few years have been worth the wait for her new album.

I’m just doing what I’ve always done,” she said when asked if she’d consider changing her tune. “And ‘Hello’ is out there because it’s on radio … so probably, yeah.” Reports last week indicated that Adele planned to withhold the album from subscription streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify, much to fans’ dismay. “We love and respect Adele, as do her 24 million fans on Spotify. But as Adele told Matt Lauer on NBC’s Today Wednesday, the fame and attention she’s received for 25 seems much “less scary” than it was for 21. “I feel like I knew of knew what I was getting into this time,” she explained. “Not that I was expecting this kind of reaction, but because I’d experienced the success of 21, I was a little less frightened this time…So, I felt a bit more prepared for it.”

I really missed it, for no other reason than we’ve all got different things going on and it’s got nothing to do with me not feeling like I can’t go and sit in there and drink a bottle of cider anymore … it’s more that life happens, so I’ve got no one to meet there. “That’s basically what it is,” she continued. “And it’s just sort of about that, and about [how] I never realized that this was going to happen. I never, ever realized when I had my guitar in the park, singing to my friends … we never in a million years thought this would ever happen.” 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings. Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again.

I’m a huge fan….I even bought the damn album.” “We officially say Bye Bye Bye as @Adele says Hello to the World Record of Most Albums Sold In a Single Week. I hope you enjoy the record as much as I enjoyed making it for you.” Users are greeted with the following message when they try to listen to the record: “The artist or their representatives have decided not to release this album on Spotify just yet.

Years from now — hell, months from now — when The Walking Dead’s sixth season is up on Netflix and the streaming crowd is binging it, the whole “death of Glenn” bait-and-switch may be no big deal. And they won’t have dealt with the incessant Internet chatter, fan theories (“Damn, Glenn got ate!” “Nope, he ducked under a dumpster!”), and cryptic postmortem interviews that popped up in between. One of the great strengths of this series has always been that anyone can die at any time, but did anybody watching this episode expect that gun to off? Granted, that would’ve been a seriously gutsy move on the writers’ part — kill Glenn, wait a few weeks, bring him back, and then immediately blow him away.

For the third week in a row, The Walking Dead didn’t really advance the plot in any significant way, at least until the end. (More on that in a moment.) Instead, this was another low-boil hour of training and arguments, threaded between superfluous scenes of Rick soaking up the awe of the Alexandrians. And in the one real moment of action, Deanna Monroe’s son, Spencer, tried to rope his way over the massing zombie hordes, in a headstrong attempt to restart the process of leading the undead away from town. What makes this all so frustrating is that anyone familiar with the source material knows the comics start getting really interesting around this point, by bringing in new characters and new challenges, based around the idea of what it actually takes to rebuild human society. The man with the ass-kicking stick skills made some strong points about the vagaries of cause-and-effect, pointing out that because Rick saved his life eons ago, he then saved Aaron and Daryl, in a rescue operation…which ended up tipping off the Wolves.

If there’s one theme that has been holding strong this year, it’s the classic one about “best laid plans.” This week’s chapter also ended on a strong note, with a scene of Ron walking behind Carl with a secretly loaded gun, followed soon after by a shot of a tower collapsing. Still, after this week’s unfortunate resurrection, it’s going to take a lot of clever plotting to rebuild trust among a fanbase that may have been faked out a few too many times.

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