If Adele is known for anything else other than her kickass voice, it’s her foul mouth.
The singer rocked Glastonbury Sunday night with an incredible performance on the Pyramid stage – but not before she was warned by the BBC to watch her language.
Naturally, she did exactly the opposite.
She said to the crowd:
Do you know how rock ‘n’ roll I am?
Not very, but the BBC had to give me a warning about my potty mouth before I went on. I bet Muse didn’t get that.
She then continued to swear 33 times throughout the performance.
She couldn’t even get through her first song – Hello – without stopping to tell the crowd “You are fucking amazing!”, the Mirror reports.
And after going through three songs straight, she admitted she wasn’t sure what exactly to say. When she finally stopped to speak, she let out another stream of expletives.
But Glastonbury isn’t just for alcohol-filled, foul mouthed adults, contrary to popular belief. There are actually children in the audience, and their parents were quick to let Adele know that.
— Sorcha Dwane (@SorchaNorris) June 25, 2016Advertisement
@Adele please stop swearing, you've just had a child on stage with you so you know there are children in the crowd 😷
— JO D (@CalamityJo1) June 25, 2016
— Philip Chant (@philipchant) June 25, 2016
Others seemed to enjoy it:
Catching up on @Adele at Glastonbury. She swears as much as I do and I like it. Bloody brilliant performer.Advertisement
— Sian (@__Sianny_) June 26, 2016
— Simon Sinfield (@simonsinfield) June 25, 2016
It’s estimated that Adele swore 33 times during her 90 minute set – which is one dirty word every 2.7 minutes.
I don’t know about most of you, but her profanity-laden set just makes me love her even more.