Oscar-winning singer, Adele has cleared the air about rumours going round that she turned a request from Beyonce for collaboration down.
Adele has disclosed that she would never disrespect Beyonce due to that fact that she is a fan and above all it would be disrespectful of her, Adele to do that.
Knowing this, Adele clarified that she never received an invitation, and certainly did not snub Bey, because that would be sacrilege.
Adele questioned what exactly she would turn Beyonce down for? In an hour-long interview Adele noted “There is a rumor going around that I turned Beyoncé down,” Adele told Zane Lowe, in an hour-long interview that will air Wednesday. Turned her down for what exactly, though? Brunch? A book club exclusively for performers who have won six Grammys on a single evening? Bey’s invitation to join her on a Mediterranean cruise with Jay Z and Blue Ivy? A triple date with William and Kate? The opportunity to invest in a line of bedazzled bodysuits?
It is recalled that some days past, there was a rumor that Adele snubbed Beyoncé’s invitation to record a duet—a duet that would have broken the Internet and immediately turned us all to ash—a crime punishable by death.
At a different point in the interview, Adele rattled off a few of her favorite musicians, including Lana Del Rey and the Alabama Shakes before stating her number one: “Obviously, Queen Bey to the day I die.”
In essence, Adele expressed her optimism to she is interested in a collaboration with Beyonce.
Adele also spoke about her struggles to write songs that would not hurt anyone’s feelings—like she felt those on her first album did, yet were still interesting.
In anticipation of Adele is in anticipation for the launch of her new album, Friday. In view of that the 27-year-old Grammy- and Oscar-winning songstress has been making the media rounds, teasing singles like “Hello” and “When We Were Young,” details about her personal life, and confessions about her fear of fame.