Monday, 13 Feb 2017 : When Adelewants a Grammys performance do-over, mid-performance, you give Adele a do-over.
The singer took to the stage at the 2017 Grammys to give a tribute performance to George Michael. While her set did not go as planned, it will certainly go down as one of her most memorable.
The Grammy-winning singer performed a haunting, slow version of “Fastlove,” Michael’s 1996 comeback fast-paced pop hit, while violinists and the song’s video and other clips of the iconic ’80s music icon played in the background. But after a minute or so, she stopped and cursed.
Adele had suffered technical difficulties while performing at the 2016 Grammys.
“I’m sorry for swearing and I’m sorry for starting again,” she continued. “Can we please start it again? I’m sorry, I can’t mess this up for him. I’m sorry. I can’t. I’m sorry for swearing. I’m really sorry.”
The musicians and video then started again and Adele nailed her performance, getting emotional and drawing a standing ovation.
Later during the ceremony, she won the Grammy for Song of the Year for her hit 2015 single “Hello.”
“First of all, I really apologize for swearing,” Adele said in her acceptance speech. “George Michael really does mean a lot to me so I want to apologize if I offended anyone.”
Source by: Internet