Only when you thought that the biggest night of the song could not be bigger ...
The Recording Academy announced on Friday morning that Adele performs for the 2017 Grammy program. The singer and songwriter of a song from his 25th multiplying album at the Staples Center in Los Angeles will perform on February 12, following the 2009 (with Sugarland) performances of 2012 and 2016
The previously announced artists John Legend, Metallica, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban. Adele is in five categories, including "Record of the Year", Song of the Year ("Hello"), Best Performance Solo Pop ("Hello") and Best Pop Vocal Album (25) 25, also album Named for the Year Against The lemonade Beyoncé, Justin Bieber purpose, the opinions of Drake and a sailor leader Sturgill Simpson on earth.
It is designed to be a great night for Adele, 25, was the bestseller both published in 2015 and 2016. The compilation album on November 20, 2015, 15 months before the 2017 Grammys.
Hopefully performance Adele Dory Hunky. He suffered technical difficulties last year while singing "Everything I've asked for". Adele microphone to release the keys of a piano, so that the show changed to the line-line backup system caused the momentary drop of audio. "We had the most complicated show on TV." Period End of history, "Academy president Neil Portnow told reporters in 2016." Every musical performance, change over the microphones, wires. Behind the scenes "I can understand how to do it, but they do."
"All the credit to her so professional that he is," said the doom of Portnow Adele. "You did a great job and I do not like it when it happens, certainly, but these things happen sometimes."
Adele later told Ellen DeGeneres that "I practically cried all day" after the performance of the error.
"He played the whole thing," the singer said. "Next time, if you have a sound problem, I'll start over. [They say] Sorry, it does not work for me." Otherwise ... bye! To be fair, I would have cried if it was really good. If it was a great performance, she had screamed. I always cry. I was so embarrassed ... I can not get much worse than the Grammys. "