Grammy Awards: Adele Has Arrived
Posted by Rolling in the Grammyson 02/12/2012 at 7:25 PM
Resigned to bed rest for since her November throat surgery, the public now has their first live look at superstar Adele during Grammy arrivals. Already the recipient of two awards tonight for Best Pop Vocal Album (21) and Best Short-Form Video (“Rolling in the Deep,” the biggest question mark prior to this year’s show debuted a new look while on the red carpet. Shinier, blonder, and yes, thinner, the six-time nominee certainly looks the part of a heavily decorated performer, with a sparkling black black dress, shorter bob and bright red lips. And exhale. Now, time to get back to counting down to that performance.
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