Watch Adele’s Tribute to Paris at Her New York City Concert

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Adele dazzles at sold-out Radio City Music Hall concert — go behind the scenes!.

That’s what the fans at Radio City Music Hall in New York City were likely chanting (or at least feeling in their hearts) as the British singer took the stage Tuesday night for a special sold-out concert, her first in the U.S. since 2011.Many celebrities turn to endorsement deals throughout their careers with huge success but don’t expect to see Adele telling you it’s Because You’re Worth It any time soon.The 27-year-old singing sensation showed off her slimmed down figure in an enchanting floor-length gown after putting on a show-stopping performance at the iconic venue. The celebrated singer has admitted that she has said ‘no’ to many freebies over the years because she doesn’t want the obligation to endorse them and increase her fame. ‘What have I said no to?

The design featured a stunning scalloped neckline and flashed a hint of leg as the fabric grew sheerer below the knee, also showing off her black stilettos. Co-written by Adele and Paul Epworth, her collaborator on the epic hit Rolling In the Deep, it features a very special guest. “That’s my son,” Adele says, referring to the distinctly childlike voice that pops up at the beginning and end of the track. Her caramel blonde locks were worn in a chic up-do, which allowed a few wisps of her hair to fall freely around her pretty face, which had been enhanced with a black lined eye, nude lipstick and rouged cheeks. The first single, “Hello,” has already topped charts around the world — and fueled a frenzy that arguably peaked Tuesday when two-minute snippets of each song from the new album leaked online.

Putting up a two-minute tease of the 11 track album online, Juno Records – a store in London – released Adele’s closely guarded album to the world; ruining a carefully crafted launch that had been painstakingly planned by the singer’s team. While the stream was quickly taken down, fans were left divided over the leak, with some excited about the streams content and others lamenting the fact the surprise on Friday had been ruined.

I love that my life is now about someone else.” His name is Angelo, and he was born just over three years ago. “That’s the main reason I’ve grown up, ” says Adele, who admits that she still harbors a certain nostalgia — evident in other songs on 25 — for the more carefree days of her youth. “I hope as he gets older, I have a little me time as well,” she muses. After releasing a small teaser clip of her singing the atmospheric ballad for Australian show 60 Minutes earlier this week, the mother-of-one has now treated her devotees to the emotional tune in all its glory. In the video posted to her YouTube page, Adele is seen preparing for the performance with her make-up team as she happily chats to her backing singers while having her hair styled. You won’t likely see the child accompanying the couple on any red carpets in the near future. “I don’t want that for (Angelo) until he can start making his own decisions,” Adele says. “Right now he can choose if he wants a bag of crisps or a banana, but he can’t make a choice about being in the public eye. It’s, like, I don’t want to endorse a line of nail varnishes, but thanks for asking.’ In 2013 it was reported that despite lengthy negotiations, Adele turned down a £12million contract with L’Oreal leaving the brand in the dark as to her reasons.

Adele closes the performance by making one of her trademark jokes, mocking herself for dramatically removing the mic from its stand, adding: ‘That’s new – I’ve never done that one before!’ The song was co-written by Canadian musician Tobias Jesso Jr., who revealed in a recent interview that he was blown away with Adele’s songwriting skills. But right now he’s very much a minor, and we have vowed to make that decision for him.” Adele adds, “It’s hard enough for being a kid anyway, let alone being a famous person’s kid. The first release from the album, Hello, has been described as a ‘make-up anthem’ to the elusive ex she sang about on world mega-hit 21, shot straight to number one in the UK charts, where it has remained ever since. Speaking to Sirius Radio about her new material, Adele said on Monday that the album was about ‘everyone that you’ve ever fallen out with, everyone that you’ve ever loved, everyone that you’ve never loved.’

He’s the love of my life and I’ll support him in whatever he wants to do.” Of her relationship with Konecki, she says simply, “I’ve had boys all my life, and it’s so much better if you have a man. I love him.” Adele has yet to announce a tour itinerary to promote 25,and seems to prefer domesticity to life on the road. “There’s something quite lonely about the idea of performing for people and then going home on your own,” she says. But “I’ll do as much touring as I’ve ever done,” she predicts, having had to cancel dates during her 2011 trek “because of my throat problems” — laryngitis and a vocal cord hemorrhage that eventually required surgery.

Before it was all about what you’d do on Friday, plans for the weekend. “I’m moving forward in a massive way, in a way I didn’t think I’d be doing for another ten years,” Adele says. “But I’m also looking back at my past, and deciding what to take with me.”

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