Adele has made her first public appearance tonight at the Golden Globe awards since giving birth.
The 24-year-old singer received a Best Original Song nod for her Bond theme 'Skyfall'.
Talking to Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet, Adele admitted that recording the song with a 77-piece orchestra was an overwhelming experience, not helped by the fact that she was heavily pregnant at the time.
She admitted: “It was absolutely amazing, I was very pregnant and I was very emotional but it was very very exciting, epic- I felt like Frank Sinatra.”
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Adele also revealed that it took her a long time to persuaded to write the song.
She explained: “I got the script quite a while ago and it took a long time to convince me to do it.
“It’s a big responsibility to do a Bond song. Paul Mccartney’s done one, Shirley Bassey is the Queen of them and I was worried I was going to let everyone down by doing it.
“But I was convinced and I loved the script. I think Sam Mendes is just incredible and Daniel Craig is a gorgeous Bond.
“They’re very serious the Bond films now, they’re evolving as they go on so it’s quite a serious thing and very British so I wanted to do it.
“And it paid off, everyone loved it.”
The ‘Someone Like You’ singer also admitted that she was overwhelmed by the experience of being at the Golden Globes.
She said: “There are all these people her, characters from film and TV who I’ve grown to love so it’s very weird to be here and not be around my peers.”
With a Golden Globe and Oscar nomination to her name, we’re sure Adele fitted in just fine.