Adele's Vogue front cover was released Sunday, topping off a whirlwind day for the talented vocalist.
The buxom vixen's auburn hair is blown back, and her figure is set against a grey background on the long-awaited U.S. Vogue March 2012 issue's cover. Adele wears a plunging neckline and is beautiful in pink lipstick and dark eye makeup.
About an hour after the Grammys, Vogue.com released the cover image, a feature story on the star called Adele: One and Only, and a slideshow of stunning images from a photo shoot she did for the magazine.
She opens up about many topics in the article, including her intentions to never [write] a breakup record again, and the fact that she considers herself to be a big personality. I walk into a room, big and tall and loud, which seemed to be a confident retort to complaints by critics like Karl Lagerfeld, who have said she is too heavyset to be a real star.
The article also reveals that Adele hasn't had a drink since June, though she sneaks a cig every now and then:
Don't like drinking anymore, she told the magazine. I think I got it out of my system. D'yaknowhaImean?
The future looks bright for the 23-year-old singer from across the pond, who has her vocal cords back in working order and is looking forward to working on a follow-up to her smash hit second album 21.