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"EASY" PEASY: ADELE ON THE BEEB

An ancillary benefit of new Adele music is a raft of Adele press, and the Columbia supernova's utterly charming, down-to-earth and delightfully salty personality is ideally suited to laid-back convos like this interview with BBC Radio 1's Greg James. Here she discourses exuberantly about finally unleashing her new music, surviving the pandemic, how vinyl pressing plants resemble the setting of Squid Game and, of course, crisps. This may also be your only chance to find her imagining herself as "a Grey Gardens character."

TAGS: Adele | Greg James | BBC
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