Adele Confesses About Her Twitter Account; Reveals Many Unheard Truths
They lead a euphoric life. Their brains and minds do not act harmoniously. Sometimes their social commitments call for respect and many a time, they break the social norms being in hallucination. You may wonder who we are talking about? Undoubtedly, they are celebrities. Celebrities from all scale, spheres, platforms. With each singular movement, they are followed by controversies. This time, the celebrated British singer Adele takes the headline. Read the scoop to know what Adele has done.
The media outlets reports that the singer pours her heart out during a BBC special show, with host Graham Norton about her life and career. Notably, Adele will perform hits from her back catalogue, as well as from the new album “25”. The particular show digs out many an unheard story about the promising and celebrated singer.
She utters about the murky phase she faced with her social media account. She admits once that she used to write her own tweets but now her “words” are penned by members of management but what changes the scenario that her management had to take over the issue?
Adele unveils it was her previous inclination for alcohol that led her image on a verge. Certainly, she emerges out to be a corporate product in the music market and retaining her brand value stands out to be pivotal. Thus. management decided to employ a couple of people to handle her Twitter account. On that yet to be aired BBC show, she admitted that she isn’t allowed to tweet without supervision. However, the “Hello” singer has 24 million followers and they should not be offended with any of her stance and keeping that in mind the management scrutinizes her words on social media.
It makes clear that for celebrities, their personal truths must be hidden in favor of the public face they maintain. Adele has currently released the second-fastest video to reach 100 million views on YouTube (now at over 253 million). The show will be aired in the UK on November 20.
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