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Sunday night's Grammys ceremony was a night to celebrate Adele. The "Rolling in the Deep" singer took away six awards and rocked the house with her first performance since her recent vocal chord surgery.
But in the midst of this Adele high, the 23-year-old singer got fans a bit concerned when she said in a new interview with Vogue that she was planning a "five-year hiatus." Uhh, what?
Don't get your underclothes in a bunch just yet, though. Either Adele honestly never meant what she said or her six wins for 21 convinced her otherwise -- because she has since clarified that there's no way she's going to disappear from the music scene for half a decade.
"I've a few days off now, and then it's the Brit Awards here at home and then I'm straight into the studio," she writes on her personal blog. "BOYYAHH! 5 years? More like 5 days!" Thank goodness!
Adele's U.K. spokesperson also drove home the point that the successful siren won't be taking an extended break any time soon, telling the BBC that the hiatus remark was "just an off-hand comment."
That being said, Adele isn't going to jump back on the road immediately to make up for the time lost to her throat surgery. As she says in her blog, she's soon to be recording her new album, and her manager Jonathan Dickins tells Billboard that 2012 tour plans have yet to be discussed.
"We have to ease her back," he says. "While she's fully recovered, like any injury you need to build your strength back up. I'm mindful of that. I'm gonna let her enjoy this moment and not drive her mad. We'll sit down and work out what we're doing going forward."