We certainly don't want her to overexert herself…but it would be AMAZING to see her on tour this year!
During a recent interview, Adele's manager Jonathan Dickins opened up on a variety of subjects including the singer's post-surgery performance at the Grammys, her continuing her recovery, and the possiblity of a 2012 tour!
"She was obviously nervous - talk about going into the deep end. That's a testament to Adele, that her first singing performance public in over five months was the biggest music awards show in the world. You know, that alone — you've gotta be a pretty remarkable character to take that on in the first place, and she actually did."
And Dickins on her recovery:
"We have to ease her back. While she's fully recovered, like any injury you need to build your strength back up. I'm mindful of that. I'm gonna let her enjoy this moment and not drive her mad."
More from Dickins on her recovery…and a hint at a possible 2012 tour:
"We'll sit down and work out what we're doing going forward. It's a long-term thing. Everybody's delighted with the recovery; we've been seeing Steven Zeitels, her doctor, and she's singing better than ever. We all believe in that she's an artist who will be around for a long time. There's absolutely no short-term approach to her recovery."
How EXCITING! Maybe she can do an abbreviated tour this year…and then do something more extensive once she's up for it!
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