London – British singer Adele took home four awards at the Brit Awards ceremony on Wednesday in the O2 Arena in London.
She picked up the awards for Best Album for 15 million copy-selling “25.”, Best Female Solo Artist, Best Single for “Hello” and the Global Success Award becoming the most successful artist since Blur in 1995.
“Not bad for a girl from Tottenham that don’t like flying, getting global success. And Tim Peake, I love you, I hope you’re okay and not too hungry. Bye.” The singer said when accepting the Global Success Award.
The became hugely emotional when she picked up her third statue of the night, the Global Success Award, saying she had gotten “really lost for a while” and how much it meant to her to be accepted by her fans.
Then, when she went to the stage one more time to pick up her fourth award for British Album of the Year, she apologized for her “ugly cry face” from earlier, and emotionally thanked her boyfriend and their son, saying “this is all for you peanut”.
To wrap up a night full of success, she took the stage for a stunning rendition of “When We Were Young.”
The singer voiced her support for Kesha
Adele took advantage of her first win to announce she was supporting singer Kesha, who has been embroiled in a lawsuit with her mentor-producer Dr Luke.
Adele’s publicly support Kesha came after she thanked her management and her record label for embracing the fact that she’s a woman and being encouraged by it.
Kesha recently lost her proposal for preliminary injunction that would allow her to record and release music without Dr. Luke, whom she accuses of sexual, physical and verbal abuse.