Speaking about the impact George Michael had on her life, Adele said: "I found him one of the truest icons, because when people are that famous there is not fakeness in a bad way but they put on an alter ego to protect themselves, and rightly so".
After her performance, it was revealed that Michael's longtime manager Michael Lippman, had a vision of his own for the tribute: Beyonce, Rihanna and James Cordon alongside Adele for a mega tribute. This news comes from Adele herself and according to reports, she was "fully committed" on this tribute, as witnessed by many who watched the Grammy's last weekend. The United Kingdom considers Michael like royalty and for him to die at the age of 53 was very upsetting.
Meanwhile, there will be another tribute for George Michael this week, but at the 2017 BRIT Awards in London. To begin, Michael's family didn't even want a tribute. Each singer would tribute George Michael with a song from a different tempo and era.
She shared: "When the video came out, I was blown away by how f***ing hot he was". It is exceptional how good looking he was'. Apparently, the tribute wasn't originally only handed over to Adele. "The idea began to come into fruition but according to the show's executive producer, Ken Ehrlich, it quickly became evident "how passionate Adele was and that she had a vision for what she wanted to do with it". This is probably why she chose the song to sing at the tribute in the first place. All the hubbub about her isn't dying anytime soon, especially after her George Michael tribute.
The singer was seen arriving in Sydney ahead of the next gigs planned on her world tour.