UK singing sensation Adele looks stunning on her just released cover of Vogue magazine. She’s battling comments about her weight, including remarks by fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. He called her “too fat.”
The cover and magazine feature coincides with the Grammy Awards tonight (Feb. 12). Adele, 23, is expected to be a major winner for her groundbreaking album 21. It was 2011’s top selling with 17 million copies worldwide.
Check out Adele’s photo; click to enlarge.
The tight shot features Adele’s face and ample bosom. Some photo-shopping appears likely judging by the dark shadow under her neck and up the side of the face.
She’ll also appear on an interview with host Anderson Cooper on the CBS show “60 Minutes.” Adele sings a few lines from her hit song “Rolling in the Deep.” She demonstrates that she has recovered from throat surgery.
She is also expected to sing during the Grammy Awards show tonight on CBS following “60 Minutes.”
“I don’t think anyone who’s vaguely conscious doesn’t listen to Adele’s songs… I actually jog to ‘Rolling In The Deep’ everyday,” Anderson said.
Adele discussed the operation to remove a growth on he vocal cord that was causing them to hemorrhage. She described it as “someone putting a curtain over my throat.”
Meanwhile, Lagerfeld has since apologized for his comments. If he saw the Vogue cover he would feel doubly embarrassed.
The tight shot features Adele’s face and ample bosom. Some photo-shopping appears likely judging by the dark shadow under her neck and up the side of the face. It opens the possibility her face was thinned and her cheekbones accentuated.
Adele is very philosophical about her looks. “I’ve never wanted to look like models on the cover of magazines. I represent the majority of women and I’m very proud of that,” she said recently.
“I’ve seen people where it rules their lives, you know, who want to be thinner or have bigger boobs, and how it wears them down. And I just don’t want that in my life,” she added.
Following her surgery, Adele lost several pounds and Tweeted a photo of herself, noting the difference.