I think in your heading it should say SPOOF. You know Fox News might pick this up and go after Adele. : )
Posted by: Kevin | Feb 14, 2012 9:30:18 AM
I totally get that this is a spoof, NOT endorsed by Adele or her management or record label.
However, the lady is just coming off of a Grammy high, and this potentially could present her with a host of problems she does not need. I wish whoever made this would have had a little consideration for her.
They could have gotten an Adele lookalike for the close-up shots (and still kept the sweeping cinematography of the original video -- which I believe is from last year's Brit Awards performance).
Posted by: Mark | Feb 14, 2012 9:44:21 AM
Wait. You mean someone could think that she is really singing this?
Are there people so dumb not to get this? (Guess there are.)
btw, who is the real singer? Nice voice and great Adele imitation.
Posted by: gr8guyca | Feb 14, 2012 12:41:11 PM
Brilliant!!!! I agree--whoever the singer is sounds awesome.
Posted by: Chicklets | Feb 14, 2012 5:48:32 PM
It gets repetitive, but it's funny. It won't create problems for her. And yes, I'm stupid because it took me a while to realize that it's a spoof. The voice is spot on.
Posted by: Paul R | Feb 14, 2012 5:50:43 PM
OMG really-- we need a disclaimer that this is a spoof? hahahahahaha! I guess you're the reason we have "Caution-Hot Coffee" spelled out on our java to-go cups!
Posted by: Chicklets | Feb 14, 2012 6:31:58 PM
Reality television and instant NEWS cycle will prove to be the death of humor, spoofs, serialized drama, and parody as a form of entertainment. It boggles my mind that anyone would not be able to recognize that this was not real. Why would a British citizen and musical performer get involved in American politics? Why......never mind.
Posted by: vanndean | Feb 14, 2012 10:24:38 PM
I hate clicking on an article only to find out I was dooped, glad I didn't watch it and read the comments first, Andy be more straightforward next time, thanks.