Adele tells Oprah Winfrey the meaning behind 'Hello'

Adele tells Oprah Winfrey the meaning behind hit single 'Hello'

Adele sat down with Oprah Winfrey for a tell-all interview where she revealed intimate details about her personal life and music. 


The much-anticipated interview between Oprah Winfrey and Adele is only a few days away. 

The two-hour CBS Prime Time special will air on Sunday, November 14. 

Fans can expect to hear intimate details about Adele's personal life and music. 

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In the meantime, a short snippet of the interview and performance has been released on YouTube. 

In the snippet, Adele explained that she will be performing some of her old hit singles, including 'Hello', and four songs from her upcoming album, '30'. 

READ: Adele releases soul-stirring comeback single 'Easy On Me'

She explained the meaning behind her record-breaking 2015 hit single, 'Hello'. 

She says 'Hello' was "the beginning of me trying to find myself, and I hadn't figured out yet what it was that I had to do for that."

"When I wrote it, it was a real ode to like, little me, older me, all of these things," she added.

 "It's just a song about like, 'I'm still here.' Like, 'Hi, I'm still here, I still exist in every aspect of my life'," she said. 

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