Adele is flying high professionally, what with her recent Golden Globe win and Academy Award nomination, both for her James Bond theme 'Skyfall.' She's also booked a performance at this year's Oscars, where a win is quite possible. However, the new mom's personal life has a bit of a wrinkle, since she has no relationship with her biological father, Mark Evans. Wanting badly to meet his grandson -- Adele's firstborn, who entered the world in October -- he's taken to reaching out to her in the media.
Adele has not revealed the name of her first son since the baby was born last October, but a piece of jewelry worn by the British singer may have given the secret away. Adele was spotted wearing a necklace adorned with the name “Angelo” while shopping in West Hollywood this week, causing suspicion that the moniker is the name of her first born.
From the moment Adele received an Academy Award nomination in the Best Original Song category for her musical contribution to the new James Bond flick 'Skyfall,' people have been speculating about whether the British star will sing the song during the ceremony. Well, speculate no more: According to the Hollywood Reporter, Adele has been confirmed as a performer at this year's Oscars, which are set for Feb. 24 in Los Angeles.
Just days after rumors started circulating that Adele will perform at this year's Oscars in February, it is now being reported that the British singer will hit the stage of the Golden Globes on Sunday (Jan. 13) to sing 'Skyfall,' her theme song from the James Bond flick of the same name. While multiple news outlets have announced Adele's supposed Golden Globe plans, the Associated Press will only confirm that she'll be in attendance at the ceremony.
Adele has earned an Oscar nomination for 'Skyfall,' her theme song from the James Bond film of the same name. The British singer will compete for Best Original Song against four other tunes -- 'Before My Time,' from 'Chasing Ice'; 'Everybody Needs a Best Friend,' from 'Ted'; 'Suddenly,' from 'Les Miserables'; and 'Pi's Lullaby,' from 'Life of Pi' -- when the 85th Academy Awards are held in Los Angeles on Feb. 24.
Rumor has it that Adele is gearing up to return to the studio and begin recording the follow-up to her bazillion-selling 2011 sophomore album, '21,' and Heat magazine even claims that her third album could be out by the end of 2013. The news comes just a few days after reports that Adele may make her return to the stage next month by performing her James Bond theme song 'Skyfall' at the Oscars.