NEW YORK - New polls by Esquire, FHM and People reveal that men consider Adele the sexiest woman alive.
A day after being stealing the show at the Video Music Awards, Adele was voted the Sexiest Woman Alive by three major magazines.
Yes, there are a lot of haters out there that can’t help but mention her weight. But, her weight doesn’t matter to most men in the world. ”I don’t care how much she weighs, she looks gorgeous to me. And when she sings… it’s like an angel is calling me to her,” said Ian Barstow of Tottenham, England.
“I like a woman with curves. I’m sick of those anorexic models,” said Jack Hillstrom of Chicago, Illinois.
“And she’s happy with her body. Most woman are so unhappy with their bodies. I love that about Adele,” said Steve Fordham of Boston.
With her hair pulled back — and a signature ponytail traipsed over one shoulder – she looks hot. “Many men just totally lose it when they meet her,” said Adele’s manager. ”She gets about forty marriage proposals a day and more than double that want to spend ‘time’ with her.
The 22-year-old singer always looks stunning, with her black eyeliner and voluminous hair turning her into a sex bomb, and insists in the she isn’t worried about her weight and is happy with how she looks.
“I’m happy with body. I love my curves,” Adele said.
“Damn, I love them curves, too,” said Fred Meester of New York.
Lady Gaga agrees. ”She’s the sexiest woman, I’ve ever seen.” And she admires her music. ”She’s a breath of fresh air and she’s so exciting and her music is adding another dimension to radio that’s so important. She’s a truly lovely person — which, to me, is always my favorite.”
Adele’s breakout hit, “Rolling in the Deep,” from her second album, 21, is the best-selling record of the year so far, but Adele decided to forego performing the ubiquitous hit, and instead she sang the sorrowful song “Someone Like You,” also from that hot-selling album.
The 2011 MTV Video Music Awards are in the books, and while the show as a whole felt a little scattered and unfocused, there were indeed some high points. Russell Brand, Tony Bennett, and Bruno Mars gave Amy Winehouse an excellent tribute, Beyoncé capped off a great performance with a nice little revelation about the future of her family, and Adele tore down the house with her stunning, jaw-dropping run through “Someone Like You.”
But there were a handful of amazing moments that happened between MTV’s rapid-fire camera cuts and commercial breaks. Luckily, I was inside the Nokia Theater at L.A. Live and can report the eight greatest things you probably missed during the show.
Adele’s impact Obviously, Adele’s moving take on “Someone Like You” (which was co-written and produced by Dan Wilson, former frontman of Semisonic) was one of the best performances of the show, but the crowd really responded to her. As is the case with most awards shows, the audience tended to be distracted a lot, but as soon as Adele walked on stage to a huge ovation during a commercial break, people were completely riveted. People actually shushed each other while she sang, and there were a handful of guests openly weeping by the end of the tune. Yeah, she was that good.
The wrong winner That performance must have really stuck with the crowd in the house, because by the time MTV got around to handing out the Moonman for Video of the Year, everybody really wanted Adele to get the last acceptance speech of the night. It wasn’t that they were mad that Katy Perry took home the prize for “Firework,” but her victory certainly let the air out of the room a bit.