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Originally posted 02/10/2013 09:45PM
"I've been out of the loop," the Grammy award winner told reporters backstage
Originally posted 01/23/2013 09:05AM
So far, Adele has kept her baby boy's name a closely guarded secret. But has she revealed the moniker by keeping it close to her heart?
Born in October, the little boy is staying with his mother in Los Angeles during Hollywood's awards season.
On an outing Monday to West Hollywood baby boutique Bel Bambini, Adele – who won a Golden Globe for her James Bond tune "Skyfall" and is scheduled to perform at the Oscars – was spotted wearing a gold necklace featuring the name "Angelo."
Originally posted 01/13/2013 09:15PM
Add a Golden Globe to Adele's collection!
The singer, 24, took home an award for her James Bond title song, "Skyfall" – and delivered what may be the best speech of the evening.
"Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God," Adele began as she took the stage. "Honestly I came for a night out – with my friend Ayda – we're new mums. I was not expecting this. Thank you so much," she said.
Originally posted 01/13/2013 09:25PM
The two stars – plus Claire Danes and Sienna Miller – show off amazing post-baby bodies in glam gowns
Originally posted 01/12/2013 01:30PM
She may or may not win a trophy at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, but Adele is already picking up some little treasures in Los Angeles.
After arriving Thursday, the new mom, whose son was born in October, shopped at upscale baby boutique Bel Bambini in West Hollywood on Friday.
"She was in a great mood and just focused on picking up essentials for her baby boy," an eyewitness tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 01/11/2013 11:25AM
She's landed – and she wants a Golden Globe!
Adele touched down in Los Angeles on Thursday, carrying her most precious cargo: her baby boy who was born in October.
The singer, 24, is in town for Sunday's awards show, where she's up for a Globe for her James Bond title song "Skyfall."
It will be her first official appearance since she and boyfriend Simon Konecki welcomed their son, who is apparently a "cutie," but whose name is still unknown.
Originally posted 01/10/2013 04:30PM
Might Adele wrestle a foul-mouthed bear for an Academy Award? Or will a criminal on the run sweep in to steal the statuette?
At this year's Academy Awards, it's anyone's guess.
The Oscar nominees were announced Jan. 10, and the five nominated tracks for Best Original Song range from jazzy tunes like the Norah Jones-sung "Everybody Needs a Best Friend" (Ted) to pop hits like Adele's "Skyfall" (Skyfall). The nominated bunch also includes moody, new age tracks like "Pi's Lullaby" (Life of Pi); bluesy ballads like the Scarlett Johansson-sung "Before My Time" (Chasing Ice); and Hugh Jackman's heart-wrenching, Broadway-ready ballad from Les Misérables, "Suddenly."
Listen to the nominated songs below – and then check out which songs (cough, mostly Disney songs in the '90s, cough) took home the Oscar for Best Original Songs in the past.
Originally posted 01/09/2013 07:10PM
Adele is about to emerge!
The Grammy-winning vocalist, 24 – who is nominated for a Golden Globe for her James Bond theme "Skyfall" – will attend the awards show in L.A. on Sunday, PEOPLE has learned.
This will be the first public appearance for the star since giving birth to a son last October.
Another source previously told PEOPLE that Adele and her boyfriend Simon Konecki were "totally laying low and nesting."
Originally posted 12/06/2012 10:25AM
On The X Factor Wednesday, the remaining six contestants fought hard – singing first an acoustic version of a hit song and then a song picked by fans – for one of four spots in next week's semi-finals.
Thursday, the results, based on America's votes, will be revealed. And after last week, when the popular Vino Alan was sent home, anything can happen.
CeCe Frey, who seems to be hanging on by a thread, did well with a stripped down version of Lady Gaga's "Edge of Glory," earning praise from the usually critical L.A. Reid: "I'm starting to become a fan," he said. Her colorful version of Katy Perry's "Part of Me" was "very entertaining" to Britney Spears, who appreciated that she's having fun on stage.
Boy banders Emblem3 took on "Just the Way You Are" by Bruno Mars, which Britney called "your best performance in the competition." But Demi Lovato remained hard to please. "I used to really, really love you guys," she said before calling them a "down-graded version of the Jonas Brothers." Even with their second song, "Forever Young," which was almost universally praised, Demi wished they had commanded the stage more.
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