Adele Says “She’ll Never Be Devastated Again” After Having Baby

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While Adele used her Golden Globes speech to thank her boyfriend, her baby boy and Daniel Craig, backstage in the pressroom she spilled the dirt on what it’s like to record a Bond theme, be a new mommy and begin a new album.

When it came to making “Skyfall,” the singer said it was bit easier than writing her own songs, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“Normally, I write about my misery, and this time, I wrote about someone’s script.”

As for the newest Bond, Daniel Craig, Adele had some kind words.

“Pierce Brosnan was my first Bond,” she told the reporters backstage after winning. “But Daniel Craig is my Bond forever.”

While she was ecstatic about her win, she admitted to Us Weekly being a part of this latest movie almost didn’t happen, explaining that her baby bump almost got in the way of her recording the award-winning theme.

“I had a huge weird strange bizarre year with my album 21 that just shot me to beyond fame, it was ridiculous and I was pregnant!” she explained. “I had my child about two weeks before the film came out. So it was bad timing!”

Though she revealed a few secrets about motherhood (“I have eczema from boiling bottles!”), one thing she didn’t reveal was the name of her little bundle of joy.

“I am not sharing his name at the moment,” she said. “It is very personal to me.”

As far as writing a follow-up to 2011’s 21 though, she assumes it will be a little tougher this time around, according to Entertainment Weekly.

“My inspiration normally comes from heart break,” she said. “But I don’t think I am going to be devastated again.”

But with six Grammys, one Golden Globe and the possibility of an Oscar in February, Adele isn’t planning on just resting on her past accomplishments.

“The next step is an EGOT,” she said. “I need to find a TV show!”

Too bad, 30 Rock is ending this season.

- Shannon Carlin, Radio.com

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