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Adele Pitch Perfect In First Performance Since Vocal Cord Surgery [VIDEO]

Adele has been on the mend, but the healing is over!  I am floored by her A Capella version of “Rolling In The Deep” on 60 Minutes.  I got goosebumps on my goosebumps!  This interview is so good, Anderson Cooper got interviewed for doing the interview in this clip.

 

 

 

 

In the clip Adele is asked to perform a bit of “Rolling In The Deep” but her nails are to long to accompany herself on the piano. Then Anderson just asks her to sing it, and she just belts out an effortless A Capella rendition of the song. She is even better than ever, and is going to be amazing at the Grammys. Sunday night on CBS. I personally can’t wait!

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