Adele's throat surgeon says she is ready to sing at the Grammys
The surgeon who fixed Adele's throat problems believes that she is ready to sing at tomorrow's Grammy Awards (February 12).
The singer suffered vocal problems last year and underwent surgery to cure the problem, with a number of live dates cancelled as a result.
Dr. Steven Zeitels, who performed the surgery, told the Boston Herald that she will be set to sing at the Grammy Awards, where she is nominated for six gongs. He said:
"It's not too early for Adele to be performing. I couldn't be more pleased with (Adele's) results. She should be singing beautifully for years to come."
Watch Adele perform at the 2011 iTunes Festival below:
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