Adele’s ’25’ Won’t Be Available on Any Streaming Services

21 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Adele dons disguise for TV prank.

The “Rolling In The Deep” singer added the prosthetics to her face and teamed them with a wig to disguise herself as a singer called Jenny in a skit for U.K. Decked out in facial prosthetics, Adele joined a handful of Adele impersonators who thought they were auditioning for a TV pilot — a prank cooked up by British TV personality Graham Norton.As well as performing and chatting with Graham Norton during her TV special, Adele filmed a comedy sketch, donning a prosthetic chin and nose to subtly alter her appearance for the audition.But one of the singer’s biggest fans, who stars alongside her in a hilarious sketch during Friday night’s Adele at the BBC special, has revealed that’s not the case. During the TV special, which is hosted by Irish funnyman Graham Norton, Adele talks candidly about her personal life and her new album “25,” revealing the way she writes songs has changed now she has a family. “I was so open [in the songs on previous album 21]… and I hurt people’s feelings with that…” she admits. “Being so honest, and being a bit more immature then than I am now, I was like, ‘I don’t care, like, he broke my heart, whatever’, and stuff like that.

She really committed to the gag, engaging in banter with the other impersonators (“She’s got her hands,” she says about one’s performance) and feigning extreme nervousness before she took the stage. When she started to be nervous I was confused as she said she’d been an impersonator for four years so I thought ‘come on love, you shouldn’t be nervous’. I also thought she was a rubbish impersonator as when have you ever seen Adele wear gloves?” Adele impersonator Katie Markham said: “As soon as the first words were sung I knew it was her.

However Adele, complete with prosthetic nose and chin, a slower, softer accent and full length gloves to cover her tattoos, is doing some impersonating of her own as she joins the audition too. I perform as Adele for a living so I know exactly how she sings every note. “Nobody else noticed at first and I had to keep telling everyone ‘It’s Adele!’ The whole experience was mind blowing. So I’d also like people to interpret these songs how they want to, rather than me shoving it down their throats.” “At the very beginning [after the operation] it changed, it was very clean,” she shares. “Obviously I used to smoke quite a lot, so all the scars that my voice had from most of my life were gone [after the surgery], it was like a brand new voice. “I can sing a lot higher than I used to, and also a lot lower than I used to… and now someone’s going to challenge me and I won’t be able to do it!”

Due on last, the other singers comfort ‘Jenny’ backstage when she tells them she feels a bit sick and dizzy ahead of her performance, and they sympathise when she misses her cue to start Make You Feel My Love. However when she starts singing, within a few bars, and with heart-warming reactions, the impersonators one by one start to realise that ‘Jenny’ is actually the real Adele.

She was so lovely to all of us and so complimentary as well, it made the whole day incredible from start to finish.’ The Hello singer made time for the impersonators once the cameras had stopped rolling.

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