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A tearful Adele was crowned queen of the British music scene — and banished memories of Grammy Awards sound glitches — with four prizes and a soulful performance at the Brit Awards Wednesday.

"Not bad for a girl from Tottenham that don't like flying," said the North London-born singer as she accepted the Global Success Award.
The world-conquering diva also took trophies for British female solo artist of the year; British single of the year, for lovelorn ballad "Hello"; and album of the year for 15 million copy-selling "25."
Adele has seen "25" — her first album in almost five years — top charts around the world, though her performance at last week's Grammy Awards was unsettled when a microphone fell into a piano during "All I Ask."
There were no such glitches Wednesday during her performance of "When We Were Young."
The singer choked up as she accepted the Global Success award — presented by astronaut Tim Peake from the International Space Station. "You're getting ... bored of me," she quipped, accidentally slipping an expletive into the live telecast.
"I got really lost for a while — I didn't know if I'd ever come back," she added. "And for you all to be so kind to me..."
Adele sent a message of public support to "Tik Tok" singer Kesha, who is fighting to get out of a contract with record producer Dr. Luke, who she says sexually assaulted her.

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