Adele Dedicates Golden Globes 2013 Win For Skyfall To Her Newborn Son - Video
14 January 2013, 09:38 | Updated: 14 January 2013, 09:51
The 'Someone Like You' singer picked up Best Original Song for her James Bond theme soundtrack.
Adele dedicated her Golden Globe award to her newborn son and partner Simon Konecki last night (13th January) after picking up Best Original Song at the prestigious awards ceremony.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer was surprised to be named recipient of the award, for her and Paul Epworth's 'Skyfall' theme song, and thanked those in attendance for letting her be part of their world.
"Honestly, I've come out for a night out with my friend Ida, we're new mums and we've literally come for a night out!" Adele laughed during her acceptance speech. "I was not expecting this.
"Thank you so much for letting me be a part of your world for a night," the 'Someone Like You' singer added. "It's amazing. I've been p*****g myself laughing.
"This is for my boyfriend who convinced me to do it and for my lovely son," Adele added, before also praising Daniel Craig for his performance in Skyfall.
Last week it was also announced that Adele's 'Skyfall' has been nominated for an Oscar, with Adele later tweeting that she feels "like Meryl Streep!".
Check out a picture of Adele posing with her Golden Globe for 'Skyfall' below (Credit: PA):
Adele and boyfriend Simon Konecki welcomed their first child, a son, in November last year but have yet to announce the baby's name.
Adele had been rumoured for a performance at the Golden Globe Awards, but did not perform last night leading to speculation she will now sing at the Academy Awards 2013.
Check out a clip of Adele picking up her Golden Globe Award this past weekend below: