British pop singer Adele graces the cover of Out Magazine.
Meeting Adele can be discombobulating. She’s a global sensation whose latest album, 21, has broken records left, right, and center, but to call her a pop star seems, somehow, to miss the point of someone so lacking in ego, so resolutely determined to downplay her celebrity — even when that someone is the first living artist since the Beatles, in 1964, to have had two albums and two singles in the British top 5. “I always say I’m a singing lady, rather than a singer,” says Adele. “Singer is a big word for me. My interpretation of a singer is Etta James and Carole King and Aretha Franklin.”
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