Adele has her own idea on having casual sex.
In a conversation with Zane Lowe of Apple Music 1, the singer talked about the release of her new long-awaited album, which centres around her divorce from Simon Konecki, father of her son Angelo.
Adele, who is now in a relationship with sports agent Rich Paul, described how hard it is, for a VIP, to date someone: ‘I’ve never been this well-known and been single’, she admitted.
“LA is not the f***ing place to go dating when you’re Adele” she added.
She explained all her friends were engaging in casual sex, but that was something not for her: “And I was like, I’m not doing that. I’m not, I’m not, that’s not… I’ve left my marriage to go forward, not to f***ing go backwards.”
Adele hopes that ’30’ will be helpful to other people.
” It really helped me. I really do believe, and I’m not being arrogant or anything like that here, it’s just like, it was my hell, but I really went to hell and back. And I realised, I actually didn’t like who I was.”
She said: “I was present in real life, but I just wasn’t really there. I was just so consumed… by so many things, to be honest with you, so many different feelings.”
“And he [Angelo] plucked up the courage to very articulately say to me, “You’re basically a ghost. You might as well not be here.” When he said, “I can’t see you.” And I’m like, what kind of poet is that?”
“For him to be little and say, “I can’t see you,” to my face broke my heart. And I just… that was definitely one of the things I was most scared of when I left our… I didn’t leave our family, but left that structure, was just, what if he hates me forever?”