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The sophomore effort from the English singer achieves the milestone in just under two years.
The Monster ringleader says, 'Adele is bigger than me, how come nobody says anything about it?' before praising the British singer for her high confidence.
The Bond theme singer and boyfriend Simon Konecki welcomed their first child on Friday but has not released an official statement.
Marking Adele's first song since releasing hit album '21', the ballad boasts lyrics that seem to match the dark theme of the upcoming James Bond film.
Co-written by the 'Rolling in the Deep' songstress herself and Paul Epworth, the soundtrack for the upcoming James Bond movie will debut in full on October 4.
The BBC Radio 1 presenter imitates Adele's pose in the front page of her sophomore set for the artwork of his second parody album.
The original soundtrack for the latest James Bond movie will also be titled 'Skyfall', and marks Adele's first single since releasing her latest album '21'.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' singer has been spotted visiting Abbey Road Studios, where she allegedly works with composer Thomas Newman who is responsible to score 'Skyfall'.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' crooner denies the story claiming she elopes with her baby daddy Simon Konecki.
Words run rampant that the 'Someone Like You' hitmaker has eloped with Simon Konecki before giving birth to her first child later this year.
Adele's '21' is biggest-selling album of the year so far, while Gotye's 'Somebody That I Used to Know' is the biggest-selling digital song.
The 'Someone Like You' singer confirms in a blog post that she and boyfriend Simon Konecki are expecting their first child.
Seven-year-old Charlotte Neve, who had been in a coma for a week, smiled when her mother started singing the British singer's hit 'Rolling in the Deep'.
The British artist's album '21' scores its 24th victory on the chart, while the country music singer's latest effort 'Thirty Miles West' debuts at No. 2.
'I love Adele so much. She's amazing,' so the 'My Heart Will Go On' hitmaker says before launching into a powerful rendition of the British artist's hit single.