Adele Shares Her “Ultimate Love Story” With Boyfriend Simon Konecki: “He Cares …

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Adele Opens Up About “Amazing Relationship” With Boyfriend Simon Konecki, Letting Go of Misery.

As the 27-year-old continues to celebrate record sales of her new album 25—how does 900,000 copies on iTunes in one day sound?—the “Hello” singer made time to sit down with 60 Minutes Australia to discuss her personal life. “Being in such an amazing relationship with someone that’s so there for me and so loyal and is really part of my core now,” Adele shared. “That’s what made me write about everything I’ve ever done, because I’ve got his love.” If you’re wondering what Konecki thinks of his leading ladies powerful lyrics, Adele argues that he “doesn’t care” in the best possible way. The British singer-songwriter, who soared to fame after the release of her debut album 19 in 2008, has since landed an astonishing 10 Grammys, four Brit awards, an Oscar and a Golden Globe. She’s already on track to become a billionaire by the age of 30, but admits there’s never been a time that she hasn’t felt nervous or unsure of herself. “There was quite a long period where I didn’t believe in myself,” the 27-year-old star told Hayes in the exclusive 60 Minutes interview. “I’m waiting for someone to send me back to Tottenham or something.” Despite already having two hugely successful albums under her belt, and with her long-awaited third album, 25, released last week, the Rolling In The Deep singer said it’s only now that she feels like she’s taking control of her life. “For the first time in my entire life I feel like I’m dealing with myself,” she told Hayes, adding that she was an “emotional wreck” and was paranoid about disappointing her fans with her latest album. The pop star is mother to three-year-old Angelo, her son with partner Simon Konecki, and although she loves her job, recording music is far more difficult for the star after becoming a parent. “It is constant struggle of, ‘Am I spending enough time with my child?

Hayes, who spent several days with Adele in London while she was recording 25, says the young woman she got to know is incredibly hard on herself and felt immense pressure to succeed after taking several years off. “She basically disappeared for about three years by her own choice after the album 21,” Hayes told news.com.au. “In that time she’s had a child and just really wanted to take time out … I just think she felt very overwhelmed.” Adele’s years away from the spotlight coincided with an operation to remove a benign polyp on her vocal cords in 2011. Adele also revealed she is entering a stage of parenthood where it has become obvious when her child is pulling on her heartstrings in an attempt to get what he wants. “It is the worst when they kick off for you, and all you want to do is love them, and they are like, ‘I don’t want to play with you’.

She feels the pressure because she was so successful so early, she felt pressure to maintain great work and so that’s why she felt so very nervous about releasing this album, she was just so worried that it wasn’t going to be up to everybody’s expectations.” “She’s the kind of artist who likes to try to maintain her authenticity. She likes to feel real, for want of a better expression, and that means she was quite uncomfortable with celebrity, so she quite deliberately took time out,” Hayes said. “She’s been in the business now, full blown, for seven years or so but it’s been enough for her to realise what is important to her and I think being a celebrity is probably the last thing that she wants to be. Declaring it one of the more inspiring interviews she’s had the pleasure of conducting, Hayes described Adele as “a very funny young woman who laughs very easily,” adding, “it really is quite lovely to see, she’s easy to be around, she laughs easily and that’s part of the delight of Adele. “She doesn’t take anything for granted, she doesn’t for a minute expect that success is going o come her way. She isn’t somebody at this point that just believes that she’s so good that it’s impossible for people not to want to listen to her music, so it is an extraordinary journey that she’s on and it’s been a whirlwind.”

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