Multiple award-winning singer/songwriter Adele has placed herself on "lockdown" for the next several weeks, and she's not coming out until her next album is finished.
If that's what it takes to get new music out of her, it means that no matter how nicely you ask, we'll tell you Adele cannot come out and play. Now shoo.
Vitalii Sediuk, the Ukrainian prankster who crashed the Grammys and later ran onstage to interrupt Adele's acceptance speech (only to be dispatched by Jennifer Lopez and her mighty Thumb of Doom), is facing six months in jail and up to $2,000 in fines.
There was really no need to rush the stage with proclamations of love, dude. Adele already knows everyone loves her.
Perhaps at a loss for any other material, Joan Rivers once more made what seems like a thirsty grab for media attention this week by body-shaming Adele.
Adele has yet to comment because she's too busy counting her accolades and winning at living.
A little over a week ago, Adele took home her very own Oscar for her flawless song 'Skyfall' -- and she also brought a mini-Oscar back across the pond for her child, awarding him the title of "Best Son."
Good thing he's too young to realize he's also her only son.
We love Joan Rivers when she's funny. She's a comic legend and pulls no punches. But her recent stint on 'The Late Show With David Letterman' was trite and full of fat jokes about Adele, who is pretty universally loved.
As a result, that didn't sit well with a lot of people.
Ever wondered what the Powerpuff Girls would look like in real life? Well, look no further than Barbra Streisand, Adele and Shirley Bassey, who -- after killing it at the Oscars -- hung out together at the Governor's Ball.
With their powers combined they are ... Captain Planet Diva!
A picture may be worth a thousand words -- but oftentimes they're the wrong ones, and man do we hate it when that happens.
The photo above began circulating after the 2013 Grammy awards along with a story that alleged Adele gave Chris Brown a stern talking to for not standing when his rival Frank Ocean beat him out for an award.
But alas, the British chanteuse says that story is false. Which gave
Remember how J. Lo was like, "Oh Hell no" when that Ukrainian TV presenter tried crashing Adele's acceptance speech at the 2013 Grammys on Sunday (Feb. 10)?
Turns out he did it just because he loved Adele so much. Admit it, you can relate a little. That chick is fantastic.
Jennifer Lopez may have a rep as demanding, high maintenance and one hell of a diva, but it came in handy at the 2013 Grammys.
With a mere flick of her thumb -- which possesses more power than most of our entire bodies -- J to the L-O got a Grammy crasher to get the H-E-L-L out and prevented him from interrupting Adele's acceptance speech.
Adele was not taking any of Chris Brown's rudeness at the 2013 Grammys. After Brown refused to stand like everyone else when Frank Ocean nabbed Best Urban Contemporary Album, the British chanteuse allegedly gave Brown a piece of her mind.
We don't know if this story is true and we don't care. We love it. (Please let it be true.)
Adele turned up at the 2013 Grammys wearing a rosy, red and pink frock, with the fabric layered over black material. It had a '50s housewife hem and a high collar, and while Adele is usually deft at dressing her plus-sized figure, this was definitely not one of our favorite looks for her.
A word of caution to fathers who sell out their famous kid to the tabloids: You may wind up being unceremoniously excised from your children's (and grandchildren's) lives. At least if your daughter is Adele, who doesn't take kindly to such shenanigans.
Lindsay Lohan could take a pointer or two here.
She's already made her first public appearance since giving birth to her mystery-named baby to snag a Best Original Song win at the Golden Globes (to the delight of many and the chagrin of one), and now Adele will sing at the Oscars in her first onstage performance since becoming a mom.