Adele's manager: "There's no short-term approach to her recovery"
Adele's triumphant return to the stage was highlighted by her phenomenal GRAMMYs success and now her manager, Jonathan Dickins, has admitted that "there's absolutely no short-term approach to her recovery".
Back in November 2011, the vocal sensation underwent surgery on her throat and took time out from performing to recuperate, but is now back and on top form. Dickins told Billboard that it was amazing for her to return to music in such a special way and she has big plans for 2012:
"We have to ease her back. While she's fully recovered, like any injury you need to build your strength back up. I'm mindful of that. I'm gonna let her enjoy this moment and not drive her mad. We'll sit down and work out what we're doing going forward. It's a long-term thing. We all believe in that she's an artist who will be around for a long time. There's absolutely no short-term approach to her recovery."
He also opened up about how they celebrated after she won 6 prizes at the prestigious ceremony, adding:
"We went to Sony for a bit, it was good and hectic. Then we came back to the hotel and a few of us had a few drinks here. It wasn't a ridiculously crazy night, actually. I think it was still sinking in at that stage, you know. I'm blessed, it's a generational thing and I'm happy to be a part of it. To then win six awards and the three biggest awards of the night and the major categories was like a fairy tale - something you dream about."
'Rumor Has It' was just confirmed as Adele's fourth - and final - single to be taken from her record-breaking album '21' and Dickins confirmed that an official video is likely to surface for the track: "we're looking into maybe doing an official video, looking at somebody."
Watch her performance of 'Rolling In The Deep' from the 2012 GRAMMY Awards below:
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