The soon to be mom and one of the most top-selling artist in our time, Adele covers Rolling Stone Magazine October 2012 issue.
The 24-year-old multi Grammy British singer-songwriter's rise to music super-stardom is documented in the magazine as “Women Who Rock 2012” feature article titled 'The Triumph of Adele.'
Meanwhile, below are highlights from Adele's cover interview. For more, be sure to get your copy of Rolling Stone mag!
Adele when dealing with gossip:
"My friends all read gossip s**t, and they're like, 'I heard you you're going now with blah blah,' and I haven't even met these people. It's bulls**t."
Aretha Franklin on Adele:
"It's been a long time since an artist like Adele has come along. Carol King is the last person who wrote the kind of lyrics women immediately could relate to. I love to hear a schoolgirl on the school bus yellin', 'We coulda had it all!'"
Adele on writing sessions and acting as her therapy:
"We broke up mutually, and I was desperate to write about it 'causes I can't talk about my feelings to anyone. To my mom, to my therapist, to friends, to myself in the mirror - I can't really do it. I've always written down how I feel."