The reason Adele wasn’t nominated for any Grammys awards this year has been revealed.
Despite releasing the best-selling album ’30’ last year, the singer didn’t appear at the prestigious music event, where she’s previously been awarded 15 golden gramophones.
It turns out that, unfortunately, the music was released past the event’s cut-off date, as her record dropped on November 19, 2021.
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To be considered for this year’s awards, the music had to be released by September 30, 2021.
Fans have no doubt she will dominate next year’s ceremony and have been tweeting about their excitement.
One person wrote: “To everyone that won Grammys this year, kudos to you. But next year Queen Adele is coming to rule! And as we know whenever Adele is nominated, she sweeps all of the awards!”
Adele made headlines when she appeared at the BRIT Awards back in February.
During her acceptance speech for the Album of the Year award, the 33-year-old took a swipe at the first gender-neutral Artist of the Year category, saying she ‘understands’ why it has changed but that she ‘loves being a woman’ and a ‘female artist’.
She said: “I really wasn’t expecting this one at all. I want to say a massive congratulations to Little Sims. Dave, Ed, Sam, I’m so proud to be in your company.
“I love being an artist. I can’t believe it’s my job. England, the UK, we have so many incredible young artists coming up.
“I understand why this has changed, but I really love being a woman and a female artist. I’m really proud of us.”
Her comments were slammed and the singer was accused of being a ‘trans-exclusionary radical feminist’.