Adele Returns to the Stage for a Grammy Performance

Adele had been trying to recover from laryngitis for most of last year, and finally had to cancel a slew of U.S. concert tour dates due to the condition. It was later found out that the condition had developed into something much more serious — vocal cord hemorrhage, a fairly serious condition in which blood vessels actually burst and blood pools in the vocal cords. Sometimes even with the serious condition, absolute rest of the cords is all that’s needed; unfortunately in Adele’s case, it required surgery.

That was a devastating blow for both Adele and her fans, as no one knew when she’d not only be back, but able to work her vocal cords enough for a performance. Now though, she’s had the surgery and after resting for the “full recovery” her doctors expected, she’s ready to take the stage again! It will be a big one too, as she’s set to perform at this year’s Grammy Awards on February 12th.

The last time she performed at the awards show was in 2009 where she performed “Chasing Pavements” with Jennifer Nettles. That year she was nominated for four awards for the album and song of the same name, and she won two — including the award for Best New Artist. This year, Adele is nominated for six awards including: Record of the Year; Song of the Year for “Rolling in the Deep”; Album of the Year, and Best Pop Vocal Album.

No doubt that the question is not whether or not Adele will blow us all away with her performance — but will she win? We think she’s got a pretty good shot!

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