If you didn't think 2011 was the year of Adele, than you are sadly mistaken.
Adele had one of the best night's ever last night as she swept the Grammys winning six gramophones.
The 23 year old UK singer has taken the music industry by storm ever since her 2008 musical debut, and we have to say, no else deserves the recognition more.
No pop album was a contender against Adele's emotional 21, which was filled with ballad after ballad of love lost and relationship angst.
But what's most appealing about Adele is not so much her love perils, but her ability to maintain humility during a time when it's hard to be humble.
Like Kanye West said, "hard to be humble when you're stunting on a jumbotron."
Unlike the ever-talented Kanye West, Adele graciously thanked everyone who supported her career, as well as, the machine who pushed her to become an open book for the world to critique without any bold "I'm the sh*t" proclamations.
To top the night off, Adele sang for the first time in months, and we must say we were blown away.
Although her voice wasn't at it's complete strongest, she still managed to be precisely in control of the power behind her once strained vocal cords and equally match it with a stirring grace.
Despite the haunting sadness over legendary Whitney Houston's passing, Adele's youthful presence and triumphant voice reigned boundless under the Grammy roof.
Unfortunately, we lost a legend, but fans got to witness the evolution of Adele's musical saga.
Adele deserved the night, so she took the night.