Adele's songs are beautiful, soul stirring, and popular!
And apparently they help some overcome their fear of flying!
The study was funded by Spotify who found that "low bpm, preferably 60 bpm paired with slow, rhythmic breathing" helps make music listeners VERY relaxed!
Here's what one Spotify source said:
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Back in February, Joan Rivers called Adele fat and even suggested that she add FRIED CHICKEN to her song, Rolling in the Deep.
And after the British songstress demanded that the snappy Fashion Police host apologize to her, Joan said 'the hell with that,' and continued to call poor Adele chubby.
In a recent interview, Miz Rivers addressed her fat jokes toward the new mommy, and said:
That's not very nice Joan Rivers!
The Fashion Police diva made an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman to recap what went down at the Oscars on Sunday, and while she was there… instead of just talking smack about the fashion — she cracked jokes about Adele's weight.
We still can't believe that anything scares the SUPER-talented Adele!
The 21 songstress may intrigue the heck out of her fans while she's performing, but that doesn't mean that she doesn't get stage fright.
So in order to overcome her pesky anxiety, Robbie Williams' wife, Ayda Field advised that she learn belly breathing to help her ease herself and gear her up for her Skyfall performance at the Oscars next week.
It's weird when Fox News gets something right, but we'll totally give credit where credit's due!!
Check out this interview with a health "expert" who has issues with Kelly Clarkson and Adele's weight (above). We LOVE that the host calls her out!!
Adele, aside from being the best thing EVER, is a strong woman, who doesn't listen to the haters.
She obviously knows that being in the spotlight and being "overweight" compared to most of Hollywood isn't easy.
But that still doesn't mean she isn't happy with who she is.
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The break up that led Adele to creating one of the best albums, ever, almost paved the way to a drinking problem for her.
In a new biography written by Marc Shapiro, he recounts the time after the break up before she was able to handle the hurt without help from alcohol:
"Adele would drink more than normal to salve the heartbreak."
Apparently she said this to him about the time she fell off a stool during a concert because she was drunk:
"I got so drunk by the time I went on at 2 a.m. I had forgotten the words to my own songs… It was the worst thing ever."
Shapiro then notes:
"Midway through her first tour, she allegedly had a drinking problem."
We don't think this the case now, of course, that she's moved on from the heartbreak.
Adele has always been a raw and emotional woman, and we're just glad that she's been able to tap into her writing instead of tapping the bar for another round.
We love you Adele!
[Image via WENN.]
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