Was Adele the most hugged and photographed person at the Grammys?
The British superstar was the woman of the hour at Sunday night's ceremony with celebrities lining up to get their photo taken with music's golden girl.
The golden girl of modern music was certainly the woman of the hour at the Grammy’s on Sunday night and has a catalogue of photos with celebrities to prove it.
Music’s biggest names queued up around the block (not literally, of course) to get their photo taken with the Skyfall songbird, including Justin Timberlake and Beyonce. Not exactly a pair of celebrities easily impressed.
After signing countless autographs on the red carpet in her vintage Valentino dress, she continued her performance duties by posing for photos with countless celebrities – well, we have 12, but we know there are more.
While we already love Adele, she earned extra brownie points for allegedly telling off Chris Brown backstage. Chris snubbed his rival Frank Ocean when he won the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album, a category in which he was also nominated. And the queen of class let him know that he was being a sore loser.
Adele took home her ninth Grammy award for Best Pop Solo Performance for Set Fire to the Rain (Live). But the new mother revealed that her priorities have changed since giving birth last year.
“I've been up since six in the morning, so I'm quite tired,” she said. “But it's nice, I haven't been as stressed out. You have to prioritise what you stress about when you have a child.”