Adele "Feels Emotional" Over Her Success
Plus the songstress reveals she is NOT a fan of the UK taxman...
Adelehas revealed that when it comes to thinking about her successful music career, she feels "emotional."
The Someone Like You star, who recently admitted that she will not be playing at any festivals this summer, claims that while she is proud of her achievements, she sometimes doesn't realise just what she has accomplished.
Speaking to Q magazine, Adele confessed: "That stuff goes right over my head. I'm 22. So those things don't really interest me! I just love singing, innit?"
"I mean, I'm really proud of making some people really proud in England. I've never seen my mum so happy. She's like, 'Oh well, this is just ridiculous now, surely not, f**k off Adele'. It makes me... really emotional actually."
The songstress continued: "It's pretty overwhelming. It's very extreme. I wasn't ever expecting any success like this,"
"But if I listened to it all and Googled it all I'd have a bit of a heart attack, I reckon. 'Cos really it's the small things in life that satisfy me."
In the same interview, the Rolling In The Deep hitmaker also stated that she was "mortified" after having to pay millions in taxes.
Adele claimed: "I use the NHS, I can't use public transport anymore, doing what I do. I went to state school, I'm mortified to have to pay 50%."
"Trains are always late, most state schools are s**t and I've gotta give you, like, four million quid? Are you having a laugh?"
The record-breaking singer added: "When I got my tax bill in from 19 (her debut LP) I was ready to go and buy a gun and randomly open fire."