She was very gracious and humble, as always. As all you could expect from her. But the reason I felt the need to say something was, my album of the year is "Lemonade". She is my icon of my whole life. I remember it so clear, how I felt hearing her voice, I fell in love immediately with her. And that was when I was 11 and I'm 28 now. And the way I felt when I firdt heard " No, No, No " was exactly the same as how I felt when I heard "Lemonade" last year. The other people that mek me feel like that they're all dead. So I'm living off music of music that they made, when they were alive. But for her to be making such revelant music for that long of a period and still affect all of us ? It's not just me. There's friendships that I have that are completely defined by us being complete Beyonce stans. I don't take any fucking shit when it comes to anyone not liking Beyoncé. You can't be in my life you know ? You simply can't. Also I feel like her time to win. My view is what the fuck does she have to win album of the year ? I feel like, this album I said earlier was another side to her that we haven't seen. And I felt blessed to be brought into that. Obviously, the visual is very new and the Grammy's are very traditional. But I just thought, this year would be the year that they would go with the tide. Because I love her.
Adele talks about her love for Beyoncé in the TV Radio Room at the 59th Grammy Awards **