Adele made a live comeback following a throat hemorrhage surgery at the Grammy awards on Sunday. After winning 6 Grammy Awards in just one night over the weekend, Adele may be quitting music for the next five years as she has revealed in an interview with US Vogue magazine.
The reason being to quit music is to focus on her relationship, sending time with her new beau Simon Konecki as she believes prioritising her career more has led to break – ups in the past with previous boyfriends.
The singer explained saying: “I am f***ing off for four or five years. If I am constantly working, my relationships fail.
“So at least now I can have enough time to write a happy record. And be in love and be happy. And then I don’t know what I’ll do. Get married. Have some kids. Plant a nice vegetable patch.”
She also said she is a good girlfriend who likes to cook and have a laugh but loves drama in a relationship: “I love a bit of drama. That’s a bad thing. I can flip really quickly.”
She continued: “I am not bipolar, but I go from, ‘Oh, my God, I love you’ to, ‘Get the f**k out of my house!’ really quickly. And I never sit there and talk about it. I give them the silent treatment.
“They’re like, ‘Tell me what I’ve done so I can say sorry!’ What else? It used to be that I loved a drink a bit too much. But I don’t drink no more. The good things: I am attentive. I will do anything for my man. I am a good cook. I’m funny.”
The singer gave credit to her boyfriend Simon helping her to recover after her surgery. Adele said: “He’s wonderful. And he’s proud of me, but he don’t care about what I do or what other people think. He looks after me. I don’t think I would have gotten through the recovery for my surgery if it hadn’t been for him.”
After having her throat hemorrhage surgery in November, Adele was advised to take time off her singing career which she says it helped to regain a perspective on her career: “It was so fast-paced I could hardly ever remember the bulk of my day. I think I just needed to be silenced. And when you are silent, everyone around you is silent. So the noise in my life just stopped. It was like floating in the sea for the weeks. It was brilliant.”
She added: “I had so much time to kind of go over things and get over things, which is amazing. I think if I hadn’t had my voice trouble, I would never have broached those subjects with myself. Now I just feel really at peace.”
The full interview with Adele will appear in the March issue of US Vogue magazine.