Monday, 13 February 2012

Grammy glory for returning Adele

 Singer Adele was the big victor at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, winning six prizes as well as record, song and album of current year. She also prepared her live comeback at the ceremony, performing for the first time since having throat surgery previous year.

Rock band Foo Fighters won five prizes, as rapper Kanye West scooped four. The occasion saw sincere tributes to pop star Whitney Houston, who died on Saturday, while Amy Winehouse conventional a posthumous award.

Winehouse's parents conventional her prize for best pop duo/group performance for Body and Soul, her duet with Tony Bennett, which was the previous recording Winehouse made before she died in July. Adele won each award she was selected for, as well as record of the year, song of the year and most excellent short form music video for Rolling in the Deep. Her second album, 21, was named album of previous year.

This record is enthused by something that is actually normal and everyone's been through it, just a rubbish relationship. The London singer was required to reject all live dates previous year but earned a standing ovation after her return to the stage with Rolling in the Deep. Accepting the trophy for most excellent pop solo performance for her song Someone Like You, she said: "Seeing as it's a verbal performance, I want to thank my doctors, I suppose, who brought my voice back."

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