Drama, drama, drama.
Stars, they're just like us!
We all pretty much broke down sobbing when we first heard Hello, partially because we were so happy our queen was back but mostly because it was so DANG emotional!
Seriously, Adele's music hits home with EVERYONE, especially her!
In an interview published on Thursday, the British beauty told the New York Times that even she tears up listening to her sentimental songs!
In fact, the 27-year-old explained that's how she knows the track is a good one! She said:
"In order for me to feel confident with one of my songs it has to really move me. That's how I know that I've written a good song for myself—it's when I start crying. It's when I just break out in [expletive] tears in the vocal booth or in the studio, and I'll need a moment to myself."
Wow! We're thinking that Adele must've been bawling over her new single, considering the song is such a smashing success already! LOL!
"I didn't think I had it in me to write another record. I didn't know if I should. Because of how successful 21 was, I thought, 'Maybe everyone's happy with that being the last thing from me. Maybe I should bow out on a high.'"
Well, we're THRILLED the momma-of-one changed her mind!
And while the tears she probably shed over the songs off her sophomore studio album were ones of heartbreak, those spilled over 25 will be ones of longing for youth and reconciliation.
The soulful singer admitted that she's glad her new music has her crying for new reasons, saying:
"How I felt when I wrote 21, I wouldn't want to feel again. It was horrible. I was miserable, I was lonely, I was sad, I was angry, I was bitter. I thought I was going to be single for the rest of my life. I thought I was never going to love again. It's not worth it. Well, it was worth it, because, obviously, of what's gone on. But I'm not willing to feel like that to write a song again. I'm not."
Well, we have to say we're glad the pop powerhouse is in a better place! We're OBSESSED with Hello, and we can't wait for 25 to drop this month!
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