Sing Ed Sheeran
11 February 2013, 07:46
The 'Set Fire To The Rain' singer also sent out "massive love" to the female stars of the pop world.
Adele described Jennifer Lopez as her "good luck charm" while picking up her gong at the Grammy Awards 2013 last night (10th February), before giving a shout-out to all of the female stars for "making it look so easy".
The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer made her triumphant return to the Grammys on Sunday as the first winner of the night, picking up Best Pop Solo Performance for 'Set Fire To The Rain', and was presented with the award by Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull.
Adele and Jennifer shared a quick joke on the podium about the 'On The Floor' singer presenting her with an award at last year's ceremony, where Adele walked away with six gongs in total, before giving a brief but emotional acceptance speech.
"I know! My good luck charm, J-Lo!" Adele laughed as she picked up the Grammy award. "Thank you so much, this is amazing.
"Honestly, I just wanted to come and be part of the night," the 'Someone Like You' star explained, before joking: "I loved it last year, obviously!
The 'Skyfall' singer went on to give a shout out to fellow her fellow nominees, including Rihanna who she gave a kiss and hug to on the way up to collect her prize.
"I just want to say a massive big love to all the other girls and all us females doing this, because we work so hard, we make it look so easy!" Adele added. "See you later have a wonderful night!"
Check out a picture of Adele speaking at the Grammy Awards 2013 last night below (Credit: PA):
The UK singer-songwriter opted to wear a bright red vintage patterned Valentino dress for the high profile event, which comes ahead of her expected performance at the Oscars 2012 later this month (24th February).
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Watch Adele's acceptance speech at the Grammy Awards 2013 below: