7:06 AM EDT 3/17/2017
Singer Adele recently revealed to fans that her management has banned her from directly tweeting on her own. To get around the issue of expressing her opinions she confessed that she has her own alias Twitter account.
Adele who bagged several Grammys recently, including an award for "Album Of The Year" revealed she was banned from her social media profile, the Telegraph reported. According to the publication the reason for her banishment was due to "drunk tweeting."
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During a concert in Brisbane recently, Adele let the cat out of the bag when she remarked that she was surfing social media comments on Twitter. She added that her management had banned her from her official profile as she was quite "mouthy" and was prone to saying the wrong things on a number of occasions.
Since then, Adele revealed that she went about setting up her own secret Twitter account. The account she says allows her the freedom to spread her own special words of wisdom without being judged.
Furthermore, Adele claimed during an interview in 2015 with Graham Norton that she no longer posted anything on her official Twitter handle without prior approval from her management, CBS News reported. She said when Twitter first launched her Tweeting skills were similar to random inebriated tweets.
Meanwhile, in conversation with her audience in Australia, Adele also revealed the unconventional means by which she makes her way to the stage, undetected by crowds. She said that as there was no underground tunnel beneath the stage to get to her starting point -- she is wheeled in a black box, The Sun reported.
A source told the publication, Adele is wheeled from her dressing room to the stage in a black box with wheels and she stays occupied with her ipad. Most of her fans assume the box is part of the stage kit little realizing that the singer is inside. Adele is currently on a tour in Australia and will finish with performances in Wembley.
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