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Adele Sings For Anderson Cooper for 60 Minutes Interview (VIDEOS)

Adele makes an appearance on 60 Minutes Overtime to interview with Anderson Cooper AND she even proves that even after her throat surgery her voice is better than ever.

Plus we get more of a glimpse of her personality and I must say Adele is one I’d love to hang around with on the daily. First of all, she has an amazingly cute little accent AND she likes to cuss!

As for all that talk about her more curvaceous body, she doesn’t give a rat’s ass what anyone thinks. Adele said, “I’ve never seen magazine covers or music videos and been like ‘I need to look like that to be a success.’ I don’t want to be some skinny mini with my tits out. I really don’t want to do it and I don’t want people confusing what it is that I’m about. I just stand there and sing. I don’t do stunts or anything. I’m just writing love songs. I’m not trying to be pop. I’m not trying to be jazz. I’m not trying to be anything. I’m just writing love songs and everyone loves a love song.” Yes, girl. Speak.on.it.

One of the highlights or should I say, THE highlight of the interview is when Adele sings a part of “Rolling In the Deep” a cappella to Anderson Cooper. I hope he realizes how lucky he is. Damn Silver Fox.

To see the full “60 Minutes” interview with Adele tune in on Sunday, Feb. 12 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS) before the Grammys.

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Danity Donnaly is a Midwestern mama with class, sass and a love for celebrity gossip. D is a former disc jockey and is a fierce dancer who looks forward to that morning cup of coffee. When she’s not delivering the dish, Danity can be found on Twitter talking smack or shaking her bon bon to any jam by Justin Timberlake or attempting to sing one of her favorite Mariah Carey songs without breaking a window. Yep, she’s THAT good!

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