London Is Making Adele Sick


The year is 2007 and an unknown English girl bursts into international stardom with a quirky yet depressing awesome albumn "19". In her hit single from the albumn "Chasing Pavements", our girl Adele sings; "I like it in the city when the air is thick and opaque"

Now ironically she's been told by her doctors that the pollution levels in London could damage her voice. She now has to relocate out of the city to the country side.

Reports by Daily Mail are that the songstress is looking for a new home in England's West Sussex neighbourhood

Last month the multi-award winning singer underwent throat surgery for a haemorraged vocal cord. She was forced to cancel tour dates and promotional appearances in the U.K and the U.S for the rest of the year due to her illness.

A spokesman at the Massachusetts General Hospital said she underwent vocal chord microsurgery to stop recurrent bleeding from a benign polyp. Adele reassured her fans via her website after the surgery, writing, 
'The operation was a success and I’m just chilling out now until I get the all-clear from my doctors.'
Adele is a multi-millionaire now and can afford to buy a property anywhere she likes. Her latest albumn 21 is America's Best selling Albumn of the year. It is also nominated for six Grammys!

The albumn is also the biggest selling albumn in South Africa and was also named the UK's Top Selling Albumn Of The Century

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