It looks like her win at this year's Oscars may have given Adele a new lease of life after the singer joked about filming a documentary similar to Beyonce who recently aired her film on HBO.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer took home the Best Original Song award at the 2013 Oscars on Sunday for her James Bond ballad 'Skyfall' which she performed at the ceremony, and it looks like Adele enjoyed being a part of the movie and TV world as she could be planning on opening up her life in a documentary style similar to Beyonce who premiered 'Life Is But A Dream' last weekend.
Could Adele allow cameras into her life like Beyonce (Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com)
"Maybe I'll do an HBO special like Beyoncé did," Adele told Billboard.
“And a Tony, I'm not so sure. Maybe someday I'll do a musical,” she added joking about achieving the EGOT, an artist scooping an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony during their career.
Adele, 24, also touched on what it was like creating 'Skyfall' with Paul Epworth who also worked on her smash hit best-selling album, '21'.
“Sometimes it just happens great like it does with us. You've just got to connect and hope for the best,” Adele explained.
“Be really honest with whoever you are working with. I cried the first time when I talked to Paul about my ex and then 'Rolling In The Deep' happened”.
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