Lynrd.com: The 23-year-old British singer Adele ended up grabbing six awards at the 2012 Grammy Award ceremony in Los Angeles on February 12, 2012. The singer thanked her mother, who brought her up single-handedly.
The ‘Rolling in the Deep’ singer stood out at the biggest musical night the year for the emotional songs which took her to the number one spot in the British as well as the American album charts. The ceremony was even special for the Adele as she was returning on stage after recovering from throat surgery that she went through last year.
Adele won in all the six categories in which she was nominated including the Song of the Year for ‘Rolling In The Deep’, which she performed to a standing ovation. The British songstress even claimed that Best Pop Solo performance for Someone Like You, Best Pop Vocal album of the year for ‘21’ and Best Short form Music video for ‘Rolling In the Deep’.
The singer won two Grammys in the year 2009 and is already matched to the popular names in the industry like Beyonce, for the most Grammy wins in a night by a female artist. Adele’s ‘21’ tops the charts in ten countries and left behind Amy Winehouse’s Back To Black.
The 2012 Grammy Award Winners List:
Record of the Year – Rolling In The Deep, Adele
Album of the Year – 21, Adele
Song of the Year – Rolling In The Deep, Adele
Best New Artist – Bon Iver
Best Pop Solo Performance –Someone Like You, Adele
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – Body And Soul , Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse
Best Pop Vocal Album – 21, Adele
Best Dance Recording - Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites, Skrillex
Best Dance/ Electronica Album – Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites, Skrillex
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album – Duets II, Tony Bennett & Various Artists
Best Rock Performance – Walk, Foo Fighters
Best Rock Song – Walk, Foo Fighters
Best Rock Album – Waiting Light, Foo Fighters
Best R&B Performance – Is This Love, Corinne Bailey Rae
Best R&B Song – Fool For You
Best R&B Album – F.A.M.E., Chris Brown
Best Rap Performance – Otis, Jay-Z and Kanye West
Best Country Solo Performance – Mean, Taylor Swift
Best Country Song – Mean, Taylor Swift
Best Short Form Music Video – Adele