Adele won three major awards at the BRIT Awards
FAMOUS SINGER Adele won three major awards at the BRIT Awards on Tuesday, in the first edition of the awards made without gender specialization, Reuters reported .
Dubbed the “Queen of the BRITs” by host Mo Gilligan, the London -born singer and songwriter won the first award of the night, ‘Song of the Year’ for her popular single, Easy on Me.
The song is the first single from her reappearance album, 30, an album laden with her personal stories including about her divorce. He was also named the winner of ‘Album of the Year’.
“I want to dedicate this award to my son, and to his father. This album is a journey of ours, not just mine,” said the tearful Adele, referring to her ex -husband Simon Konecki.
“I’m very proud of myself for releasing a very special and personal album (because) not many people would do something like that,” he added.
The 33 -year -old singer also won the ‘Artist of the Year’ category which saw rapper Little Simz and Dave, as well as singers Ed Sheeran and Sam Fender, also nominated.
Although only released in November, 30, Adele’s fourth studio album, was Britain’s best -selling album in 2021, when it managed to record sales of 600,000 units in just six weeks.