Adele's Unforgettable Encounter with Sia's Critique that Ignited a Fiery Creative Transformation 🔥🗣️🔥


So, let me tell you this interesting story about Adele and Sia. You won't believe it!

One day, when Adele was in the studio working on her hit song "Chasing Pavements," she decided to share a little anecdote about her experience with Sia. It turns out that these two talented artists had a pretty unique interaction.

Adele explained, with a chuckle in her voice, "I remember when I was working on my album '19,' I had this habit of using words like 'cuz,' 'but, ' and 'and' a lot." She went on to recall a specific incident in the studio where she was collaborating with Sia.


"So, I was there, just being me and using my usual casual language, and Sia turned to me and said, 'We don't do those words. We don't use words like that. It's just lazy,'" Adele recounted, clearly amused by the memory.

Now, can you imagine calling one of the greatest lyricists of our time lazy? Adele couldn't help but laugh at herself. "But clearly, I'm lazy," she admitted with a self-deprecating tone.

But here's the funny part. Later on, Adele and Sia actually joined forces to co-write one of Sia's songs called "Alive" in 2016. And guess what? Adele checked it, and it had over 20 instances of the word "but.


" Quite a contradiction, right?

In any case, even though they had their humorous disagreement about language usage, Adele and Sia remain huge fans of each other. I mean, who isn't? They are both incredibly talented and have produced numerous chart-topping hits.

So, there you have it, a little behind-the-scenes glimpse into the lives of these amazing artists. If you want to see more, you can watch the full "Life in Lyrics" segment and enjoy their incredible talents at play. Trust me, it's worth it.