Did Adele confirm she's married in tearful Grammys acceptance speech?


The British singer Adele was the big victor at the 59 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night.

She lost out in the major categories, Song, Record and Album of the Year, to Adele. That album was for us and she acknowledged it.

Adele was more blunt backstage after her Album of the Year win, telling reporters of Beyonce: "I thought it was her year. Josh turned to me and said, 'If we ever win a Grammy, we should receive it just like this.' So, not only is this incredible, but I want everybody who's watching at home to know that they could be next", they concluded.

Grammy Awards 2017, Where To Watch It Online and On TV? "I'm very humbled and very grateful and gracious, but my life is Beyoncé".

"And so attractive and soul bearing and we all got to see another side of you that you don't always let us see, and we appreciate that". And they stand up for themselves.

She also said as she accepted Album of the Year: "Winning this, it really feels full circle but I can't possilby accept this award". She apologized for cursing earlier in the show during a tribute to the late George Michael.

After her second performance of the night, Adele was visibly in tears, mouthing "thanks" to a sympathetic audience.

"Make some noise for Prince y'all", Mars yelled.

If it's any consolation to Knowles, Adele wasn't too happy about the wins either.

But this isn't the first time Adele has experienced an audio problem while performing at the Grammys.

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And the red carpet is overflowing with opulence and grandeur-some of the hottest looks from some of the hottest names. The musician and former judge on The Voice showed up in a freakish golden face mask and gown on Sunday night.

Straight from her Internet-breaking pregnancy announcement, Beyonce leads the pack with nine nominations for "Lemonade". The show kicked off with Grammy victor and nominee Adele, who performed her hit "Hello" followed by Corden with a monologue that resembled the rhythmic style of Broadway's Hamilton.

Demi Lovato, Andra Day, Tori Kelly and Little Big Town will pay tribute to the BeeGees and the 40th Anniversary of the Saturday Night Fever.

She ended the performance with a glance down to her husband, rap mogul Jay Z, and Blue Ivy, both of them beaming. It's important to me to show images to my children that reflect their beauty, so that they can grow up in a world where they can look in a mirror-first to their own families as well as the news, the Super Bowl, the Olympics, the White House, and the Grammys-and see themselves and have no doubt that they're lovely, intelligent, and capable.

This time around, though, there were no issues, and while it may not have been the most elaborate or show-stopping performance of all time, there was no arguing with her stellar vocals.

"Blackstar" was released just days before his death in January 2016 of cancer.

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Keith Urban and Sia Furler have struck out at the Grammys, but Sydney DJ and music producer Flume has victoriously waved the Australian flag with a win for Best Dance/Electronic album for Skin.

"Stressed Out" by Twenty One Pilots garnered the Grammy for Best Duo/Group Performance.

They took off their trousers after their names were called. There have been four black Album of the Year winners in the past 20 years ― Herbie Hancock in 2008, Ray Charles in 2005, Outkast in 2004 and Lauryn Hill in 1999 ― along with a handful of performers on the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack, which won in 2002.

Two years ago, West stormed the stage when Beyonce was beaten to the best album title by Beck's Morning Phase. Best new artist nominees The Chainsmokers won best dance recording for the pop hit "Don't Let Me Down", while Simpson, an album of the year nominee, won best country album for "A Sailor's Guide to Earth". But both of these women have become as powerful as they are due to their need for perfection (and, like, talent I guess).