Grammy winner Adele took home a Golden Globe for Best Original Song Sunday. The British singer-songwriter penned "Skyfall" with Paul Epworth for the 2012 James Bond film of the same name starring Daniel Craig.
“Honestly, I’ve come out with my friend Ayda, we’re new mums, we’ve literally come out for a night out. I was not expecting this,” Adele said as she accepted her award. "It is very strange to be here. Thank you so much for letting me be a part of your world for a night."
The other tunes nominated include "For You" (Keith Urban from "Act of Valor"), "Safe and Sound" (Taylor Swift featuring the Civil Wars from "the Hunger Games"), "Not Running Anymore" (Bon Jovi from "Stand Up Guys") and "Suddenly" (from "Les Miserables").
Adele wishes to join only 11 others in winning all four of Hollwoods major awars, known as the EGOT-the Emmys, the Grammys, the Oscars and the Tonys.
“I’m going to do it. Broadway and a TV show,” Adele said backstage at the Golden Globes.
Adele has a chance of winning an Oscar next month, as “Skyfall” is nominated once again for Best Original Song.