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27 February 2012, 16:49
The '21' star says she wants to remain in Britain following acclaim for her second album.
Adele has vowed to remain loyal to the UK despite her international success.
The London-born singer has enjoyed huge record sales around the world with her second album '21' over the last twelve months.
Adele also picked up two awards at the BRIT Awards and six gongs at the Grammy Awards in February.
Now the 'Rolling In The Deep' star, who recently moved into a new mansion in Surrey, has said she has no plans to leave Britain.
"I never want to leave London or the UK," she told the Daily Star. "I love it here and I really am proud to be British."
Meanwhile, in an interview with Capital FM, Will.i.am described Adele as "an anomaly" and says the 'Someone Like You' singer deserves all of her current success.