Eu ADORO a Adele! ADORO!
Além de ser uma baita duma artista ela ainda é divertida, engraçada e super simpática. Por isso que hoje eu trago o Carpool Karaoke no programa The Late Late Show with James Corden com o roteiro transcrito!
Tem umas partes que eles falam ao mesmo tempo então fica difícil de entender, mas no geralzão dá pra praticar o listening com o inglês britânico e de quebra você ainda escuta a voz linda dela!
James: Hello? It’s me. I was wondering if after all these years you’d like to meet. Just have a drive around. Hello? Hello from the outside. All right, see you in a minute. Great.
James: Oh, thanks for this. I appreciate it, it’s going to be fun.
Adele: It’s going to be fun. Great.
James: You are looking fine right now.
Adele: Thank you very much. James.
James: Seriously, loving this bob.
Adele: Oh, thanks, well.
James: It’s a triumph.
Adele: Yeah. Thanks, very much.
James: No, it’s a triumph.
Adele: I feel I look like all the Memphrins.
James: I don’t think so. I mean it is more manageable.
Adele: Yeah, it dries quickly.
James: than the hive, you know.
Adele: I am going to use my hairline. I can’t work out if I should wear a wig wig or have a weave.
James: I mean, what I like is that you are coming to me for this advice.
James: do you mind if we listen to music?
Adele: Gessisan Stuff. It’s such a shame it’s raining, it’s as if like like Americas are going to get assume that England is rubbish.
Adele: That was amazing.
Adele: That’s me playing the drums.
James: No, hang on. That’s you playing the drums?
Adele: I played the drums in there. Yeah.
James: No way!
Adele: Yeah. Yeah.
James: You’re just shredding on the drums. You are. You that is what I have always said is that you are the female Phil Collins.
Adele: Oh my god, this tea is falling
James: no, no, oh no.
Adele: I’ve got a new coat and now its weary…
James: You’ve got tea, a tea situation.
Adele: You are driving, what are you doing?
James: Well, I can hold it while you, while you, wipe down.
Adele: I’m all right, I’m all right.
James: Hang on. No it’s just all right. No one is going to see it. (Laughter)
James: WO! WO! WO!
Adele: That’s so funny, like it’s now. I was such a geek.
James: Now you used to be.
Adele: I have got drunk three nights in a row recently.
Adele: Yeah, cause Christmas.
Adele: Yeah, The other day I went to dinner with one of my best friends. As I’m not going to see him before Christmas so went out and took his Christmas present. Get there at 7:45 and then I’m sitting there, it’s like 8’o clock, I’m thinking where is he. He’s normally really punctual, I call him, where are you, he’s like, ‘you said 8:45’. So I’m sitting here in this restaurant for an hour on my own looking like such a loser. So I ordered a glass of wine and then I have another glass of wine, then I spot a family, I went over, a bit drunk. I was like, “did you call my name, earlier?’ I was like sorry, I had my security with me, and I was like ‘sorry, you know he was just being protective, whatever. Let me get your meal for you.’ So I paid for their meal. Yeah and then I had another glass of wine, and my friend arrived, then two more glasses of wine, bear in mind I haven’t had a drink like in eight months. And the next day, in the park like with my kid. And I find this e-mail address in my pocket of another family from Nashville who obviously were told that the show was sold out so I got amaddased to get them tickets to Nashville.
Adele: What was it?
James: It’s amazing
Adele: It’s what happens when I’m drunk?
James: I’m surprised you didn’t start thinking.
Adele: Yeah, One more glass of wine and I might will.
James: just like, guys, take me back to the start.
James: what do you listen to when you are in the car?
Adele: I just put the radio on. I mean…
James: but you used to be a huge Spice Girls fan.
Adele: But I was listening to it the other day, it was a genuine, not a piss tape. Like it was actually really me.
James: No, you were genuine.
Adele: It was a huge moment in my life when they came out. It was Girl power and it was this five ordinary girls who just, like, did so well and just got out, I was like I want to get out. I didn’t want to get out of, but I just want to get out, and it was a really important period of my life.
James: But didn’t you used to have life’s once gone party?
Adele: Yeah, on my own. I mean my tenth birthday was, five of us as Spice Girls.
James: Who were you?
Adele: I was always Geri.
James: Really? I love that.
Adele: And then she left.
James: She left the band.
Adele: It was the first time I was truly heartbroken.
James: When she left.
James: Is that what someone like you is about?
James: You are singing like you are from a different place now, a happier place.
James: Does it worry you that you won’t be able to write the hits?
Adele: Well, I was worried about that, for sure. And I feel like it’s gone but I think there’s also as part of, you know, I want, I want my fans to come on like a journey with me. And I feel like it is one of the reasons I named my album after my age as well. It’s that sort of just Polaroid’s, almost, of my life at that time.
James: I mean where do you think you will stop?
Adele: Oh, this is the last album after my age.
Adele: I believe in tragedies.
Adele: Yeah. The next one is just going to be Adele.
James: No, because I don’t want to be like 77 [bleep] [laughter].
James: Leave me alone.
Adele: Oh my god. I will still do that.
James: It’s just me and my cat.
Adele: I am such a blank lady, aren’t I?
James: You like properly hang out with like. It’s just you know like, you hang out with Beyoncé.
Adele: I wouldn’t say hang out.
James: But you are friends.
Adele: We are very friendly when we see each other.
James: But have you ever thought about getting your own squad like Taylor swift has got a squad.
Adele: I have a squad. Mine is like Laura Daniel, Sufiyan.
James: Yeah, my hunch is if you put together a squad which was like you, Beyoncé, Jennifer Lawrence, she would bring Amy Schumer, and then like Emma stone, Taylor swift’s squad would [bleep] themselves. Squado on Squado.
Adele: But they’re Amazonian, aren’t they? They are also tall.
James: Right. No I am not saying they…
Adele: They would kick us with their long legs.
James: Yeah, that’s the thing. But you guys will fight out I think.
James: I heard a rumor, that you, this may be surprising to some fans, are quite the rapper. You can spit some rhyme.
Adele: I’m not that talented of me own.
James: but you can spit some lyrics. You’ve got some rhymes in your locker.
James: So now you’re Grammy, you’re Oscar, all you need is an Emmy and a Tony.
Adele: the Tony is pretty unlikely though, isn’t it? What am I going to be doing?
James: Shut it. What? Write in a huge musical.
Adele: I haven’t got time for that.
James: Not right now but at some point.
Adele: Yeah, but what’s that if no one cares then. Now this is…
James: Shut the front door. The sooner you realize that you are Adele, how do you do that?
Adele: I spend my life, it’s me, Adele.
James: When you’re booking restaurants, do you have to go and they go and under what name and you go Adele. The Adele.
Adele: No, I never drop in that, in case they call the packs.
James: But then are they like sorry, no tables.
Adele: Yeah a lot of time. A lot of time.
James: You need to go yes, no, yes. But when I say I’m…
Adele: Yeah, then I have to get someone else to call it, cause I can’t drop me own name. That would mean dropping a bomb.
James: That’s my point. I call out the phrase, dropping the a bomb, that is what I call it. That is what I quite like.
Adele: You have to drop the j bomb sometimes, don’t you?
James: Not. Not, oddly. Not such a big deal. It’s James. The James. No, not that one. No, yeah, no.
Adele: Not that one either.
James: It doesn’t work quite as well for me as it does for you.
James: I’ve been thinking about to talk, and I think, and listen, you can say no to this or just have a think about it.
James: I think you need like a hype man. During the up numbers,
James: Because it is an emotional night.
Adele: It is emotional.
James: People are going to be, some lot of people.
Adele: It’s not human.
James: I’m just saying, during the up numbers, what about a front man. But then I’d come up through the floor.
James: Thank you so much for driving around with me.
Adele: Oh, thank you.
James: It genuinely is a pleasure.
Adele: Oh, good. I absolutely loved it.