Adele offers public support for Kesha in Brit Awards acceptance speech


Adele with her Best British Female Solo Artist award at the BRIT Awards last night.

The 36th Brit awards did not only celebrate and honour Adele’s latest “piece de resistance” – her third studio album “25” – but the who’s who of music industry witnessed one of the finest live performances at the awards.
“‘I don’t know whether I’m crying over that video or the fact Tim Peake presented it. My son loves you”, she said before turning the air blue between sobs. “I was not expecting this one at all, thank you very much”.
The Chasing Pavement singer’s long history with the Brit Awards started with Critics’ Choice in 2008, British female solo artist in 2012, album of the year for 21 in 2012 and single of the year for Skyfall in 2013.
James Bay, who performed with Justin Bieber, was named British Male Solo Artist while the “Love Yourself” singer got the International Male Solo Artist award.
‘But now, let’s take a look at why this artist is such a deserving victor of this year’s global success award‘. This is all for you peanut, I love you so much.
While accepting her award for Best Female, Adele took the oportuntiy to announce her support for Kesha Rose.
He added: “We’d like to dedicate this to all the young men and women musicians in refugee camps around the world”.
Adele was all teary eyed when she was crowned the queen of British music scene at Brits awards 2016.
The 27-year old songstress seems to have fully recovered from her botched performance of “All I Ask” at the Grammy Awards last week.
According to data supplied by Twitter, the most tweeted about individuals were the boyband’s Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, who collected the Best British Video for the group’s “Drag Me Down” hit.
Fighting back tears, the mum-of-one continued: ‘Thank you.
Chris Martin and co now have nine trophies to their name, although the figure pales in comparison to Robbie Williams’ 17 awards (12 as a solo artist and five with Take That).
Adele, who won big on the night, ditched her usual black outfits and wowed in a dark red floor length gown.
The ceremony, which mainly recognises British music, also saw worldwide awards handed out to Justin Bieber, Tame Impala and Bjork.
Adele beat off competition from Coldplay, Florence and the Machine, James Bay and Jamie xx to scoop the award.