Adele Finds Fame ‘Frightening’ And ‘Toxic’ | Music News

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Adele Finds Fame ‘Frightening’ And ‘Toxic’ | Music News

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Fame usually comes with downsides: your privacy is threatened, the public may analyse everything you say or do, and expectations are high if you’re famous for your talent. Nevertheless, many crave that life, but Adele isn’t one of them.

 

I find fame quite frightening and I find it really toxic,” she said on BBC Radio 1. “It’s very charming and it’s very persuasive but it doesn’t last, so why would you want to get involved in something that you will miss so much once it’s gone? And it always goes at some point”. She also joked that the biggest change since becoming famous is shopping at Waitrose instead of Tesco. To top it all off, the singer premiered new single “Hello” on the show.

 

Watch the music video for the song below.

 

 

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A keen writer with a BA in Creative Writing and a strong passion for rock and electronic, Shanade is eager to combine writing with her love for music. In 2004, she attended Reading Festival (affectionately dubbed 'Reading Rock' as a teen) and has been a fan of live shows ever since. Music inspires her, whether it's writing about it or listening to it as she writes.
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