Despite having a quiet year musically, British singer Adele won her tenth Grammy at the 2014 Grammy Awards Sunday night. According to E! Online on Jan. 26, Adele won the award for Best Song for Visual Media for the James Bond theme song “Skyfall”.
It was a relatively quiet night for the “Rolling in the Deep” singer compared to 2013 when she performed and took home multiple Grammys for her album “21”. But “Skyfall” has now earned Adele a Grammy, an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for the ballad.
As she was unable to be at the Grammys in person, Adele gave her acceptance speech via Twitter.
“Wish I was there! Thank you for the grammy! (My 10th one! Whhaaa?) Have a wonderful night. I’m in bed, now feeling very restless x.”
Adele won’t be so quiet in 2014. It has been confirmed by Phil Collins that the two singers are working on new music together and the new material should make Adele fans very happy.
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