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- Posted on Sep 21st 2011 12:00PM by Kenneth Partridge
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"We're becoming friends again," the British singer said earlier this week during a concert in London. "It's alright, I know what I'm doing. Enough time has gone by now."
"Now with what's going on with the album around the world it's important to be able to share it with him," she added. "Because it's marvelous what has happened. He changed my life, I can't deny that."
"Changed my life" is putting it lightly. The year's best-selling album in both the United States and Britain, '21' has sold a reported 10 million copies around the world, making Adele a household name.
While breakups can be devastating -- particularly when you think you've found your "soul mate," as Adele had -- few people are talented enough to turn their pain into platinum records. Most of us just stop showering and brushing our teeth.
Adele added that the record "helped me forgive, and I hope he has forgiven himself." The question now is whether Adele's rabid fans will follow suit and forgive the offending former paramour.
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