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  • >> I said, that's gotta feel good,

  • cuz it's the first time you saying it since you saying it at the Grammy's.

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> And so I mean, you explained, you tweeted out what happened, but

  • let's talk about what happened.

  • >> Sound check was great, went really well.

  • I was really excited and then during the change, I went up right the microphones

  • fell onto the piano strings, which was what the guitar noise was.

  • Some people thought it was Bieber rehearsing, but it wasn't him.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> We are in great terms and

  • it just kind of put the whole thing off, really and yeah.

  • >> Could you tell when you were singing?

  • >> I heard it straight away and I wanted, I knew what it was.

  • Because in rehearsal on Saturday, they're like we're gonna double mic the piano just

  • in case one of them doesn't work.

  • And I knew where the mic was and I wanted to turn around and lift it up, but

  • I froze, but I actually felt like it went well.

  • In the room, they actually sorted the problem.

  • And I'm always a bit pitchy anyway, so I wasn't particularly-

  • >> [LAUGH]

  • >> I am, it's emotion.

  • It's emotion.

  • [LAUGH] >> [LAUGH]

  • >> [LAUGH] But I'm flat and I'm sharp,

  • I'm just emotional.

  • But yes, but it was fine, whatever.

  • I wanted to tell everyone straight away,

  • because there seems to be a lot of confusion as to what it was.

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> Which was and I was embarrassed.

  • I woke up the next morning to people [INAUDIBLE].

  • We still love you, don't worry and I didn't ask you if you still loved me,

  • but thanks.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> [LAUGH] I was so embarrassed.

  • >> That is the worst feeling.

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> When you're already going through questioning what happened and

  • people start trying to make you feel better, and it only makes you feel worse.

  • >> Only makes you feel worse.

  • >> Yeah, did you feel bad the next day?

  • >> Yeah, I cried pretty much all day yesterday.

  • >> Wow.

  • [CROSSTALK] So oddly, you cried to your own song?

  • >> Well, the thing is in fairness,

  • I would have cried it if had went really well as well.

  • If it had been like a standout performance, I would have cried as well.

  • >> I always cry.

  • >> See, well.

  • >> But yeah, but I kept like spontaneously bursting into tears yesterday for

  • no reason.

  • But it was all right, it was fine.

  • >> Well, sometimes it feels good to cry and plus you had to have all that emotion

  • pent up, and everything >> So that's why it's so

  • great you got to do that again right away.

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> Because get back on the horse is they say.

  • >> Yeah.

  • It wasn't too bad, I treat myself to a burger and

  • beer >> Okay.

  • Okay >> [LAUGH]

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> I'm sure you had a great night.

  • >> I did. >> I'm sure you did.

  • And this is really, first of all, I understand that I think everybody,

  • because you're so amazing and you sing in front of a lot of people all the time that

  • it doesn't make you nervous, that you don't get stage fright.

  • >> I still do.

  • >> You still do?

  • >> More than ever, yeah.

  • >> More than in the beginning?

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> Because you feel more pressured, cuz everyone just adores you and

  • thinks, my God, it's Adele and you feel pressure or?

  • >> Yeah, this is for the most successful.

  • I get more pressure there is.

  • >> Yeah, further a fall.

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> When you start out, nobody really know you are now.

  • >> Yeah, I don't feel like it could go that much worse than the Grammy's.

  • So, I feel like I'm all right now.

  • >> Yeah, yeah.

  • >> And the husband is like, just the off.

  • >> And that wasn't bad either, because it really wasn't.

  • You could tell watching it at home, it was the sound.

  • >> If it wasn't live TV, I would have busted a joke..

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> But because it was TV, that is why I can't make it my own.

  • [LAUGH] [CROSSTALK] I couldn't make the disaster my own.

  • >> I was gonna say, did you wanna stop and start over.

  • >> Next time, I will.

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> Next time I have any sound issues, I am gonna stop.

  • Sorry, that is not working for me.

  • If we have time to do it again, let's do it.

  • Otherwise, bye.

  • >> [LAUGH] [APPLAUSE] >> I hope it happens.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> What has changed for you in your life.

  • I mean, I can imagine what, but

  • what is the hardest thing to deal with all this fame?

  • >> I think just having to be guarded sometimes, I'm so mouthy.

  • I never really hold back how I feel or when I say it, or who I say it to.

  • And I feel that sometimes is now when I walk into everyone shuts out to hear what

  • I have to say even if I'm not saying something to them or

  • might be that whispering something about what happened the night before and

  • they're just that, but it's kinda it's a very small price to pay really.

  • I don't really mind.

  • I mean, there was a period when I have my kid where I didn't leave my house for

  • a while and then I asked a fellow musician.

  • He sort of said, how are you feeling?

  • You're not becoming a recluse are you?

  • I was like no, but maybe.

  • He's like, if you're gonna become a recluse,

  • you need a big enough house to be a recluse in.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> And that was when I was no.

  • [INAUDIBLE] and I'm out, I was fine after that.

  • [LAUGH] >> Cuz you didn't want

  • to buy a bigger house?

  • >> No, but that mentality is not my thing.

  • >> Of course and then that kid is growing up like the movie, Room.

  • That's not fair.

  • >> Yeah exactly.

  • [LAUGH] Exactly.

  • [LAUGH] >> So, he is how old?

  • >> He's three.

  • >> Three years old.

  • >> And having the best time, he's here today.

  • >> Is he?

  • >> He's having the best time.

  • >> What's he doing?

  • Right now, he's at the Batman museum and he's been to the fire station here.

  • He's been to the Warner Brothers shop.

  • Honestly, he's having the best time.

  • >> That's fantastic.

  • >> He thinks I'm so cool when he comes to work with me and stuff like that happens.

  • >> Does he understand, I mean, he must.

  • Is he musical?

  • Is he singing yet?

  • >> Yeah, yeah, a little bit.

  • Yeah, not.

  • Yeah, he's not phenomenal, no.

  • >> Yeah.

  • [LAUGH] >> [LAUGH]

  • >> He's not musical in anyway yet?

  • Not a genius?

  • >> No, not yet.

  • He's not a protege, no, no.

  • >> He will be though, don't you think?

  • >> Well, if he wants to be, I'll help him.

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> So I know you're very, very protective,

  • cuz you don't want people to see him.

  • It's not his choice and that's not fair for kids like that, so

  • you go to Disneyland.

  • >> I had the best time there.

  • I was dreading going.

  • I was really nervous about going.

  • >> You'd never gone to Disneyland before?

  • >> I've never been and my always wanted to take me.

  • He died when I was 10 and he planned to take me when I was about 11 or 12, and

  • he died before he took me.

  • So when I arrived at the castle, I was like full on welled up.

  • I was really emotional and just the whole thing, him believing.

  • And me believing, that they were all real like it was the innocence of it all was

  • what was so magical.

  • It was really, I cried when I met Belle, because I was talking to my kid and

  • then she started talking and I was like my God.

  • She sounded just like the character from the film and it freaked me out and

  • I burst into tears.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> And he met Anna and Elsa,

  • who he loves and stuff like that.

  • >> That's great.

>> I said, that's gotta feel good,

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