Adele's Vogue front cover was released Sunday, topping off a whirlwind day for the talented vocalist.

The singer, who swept the 2012 Grammys Sunday night by taking home six golden gramaphones, now has one more notch on her belt, and it comes in the enviable form of a Vogue front cover.

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.