As Adele gears up for the release of her long-awaited album 30, the singer sat down with Vogue for its beloved “73 Questions” segment. But because this is Adele we’re talking about, Vogue had her anwer 95 instead.
While giving a tour of her Los Angeles home, Adele was quizzed on her previous albums, 19, 21, and 25, as well as her forthcoming project, which she remained characteristically tight-lipped about. Around the 14:25 minute-mark, she’s asked about what she’ll explore on 30, to which she answered, “Does anything ever really end?” And when asked what is the one thing that’s different about this album in comparison to the others, she said, “It’s definitely my most personal one yet. I think.”
Around the 17:20 mark, she said the biggest risk she ever took was leaving her marriage, and that her favorite lyrics she’s ever written are “all on the new album.” She also revealed around the 14:00 mark that her proudest possession is a framed piece of gum from Céline Dion that was acquired and gifted to her by James Corden.
30 is slated for arrival on Nov. 19. When announcing its release date, Adele penned a letter for her fans, writing, in part, “I was certainly nowhere near where I’d hoped to be when I first started it nearly 3 years ago. Quite the opposite actually. I rely on routine and consistency to feel safe. I always have. And yet there I was knowingly—willingly even, throwing myself into a maze of absolute mess and inner turmoil!”
Earlier this month, Adele shared her first new song in six years, “Easy On Me” and appeared on the cover of Vogue to talk about music, the album, and her life.