by Laura Hertzfeld About an hour after the Grammys were over, it was still unclear whether Adele was going to come backstage and talk to reporters, but suddenly the unmistakable a capella strains of 'Rolling in the Deep' came floating down the hall
A mere hours before Adele would cap off a stellar night at the Grammys with a Best Album win for her "21" release, the singer was a special guest of Anderson Cooper on "60 Minutes" (Sun., 7 p.m. EST on CBS).
Until Saturday, the pre-show drama had focused on Adele and how the six-time-nominee would fare in her first public performance since canceling a tour and having surgery on her vocal cords. A glowing Adele did not disappoint, nor was she disappointed.
Adele nabbed all six of the awards for which she was nominated, including song and record of the year for “Rolling in the Deep,” tying Beyonce for the most wins by a solo female artist in one year. She's also only the sixth artist to sweep all three
Adele is rolling with Grammy hardware to spare. The singer made her post-surgery comeback by winning all six of her nominations at the 2012 Grammy Awards, topping the ceremony