Originally written on CBSSports  |  Last updated 10/21/14
By Jenn McBride LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Between emotional tributes honoring the late Whitney Houston and fiery performances by some of music’s biggest stars, all eyes were on Adele at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards. The British queen of soul returned to the spotlight Sunday night for the first time since undergoing throat surgery last year to repair a hemorrhaged vocal cord. Adele, who picked “Rolling In The Deep” for her comeback performance, is most certainly rolling in Grammy gold after claiming all six of the awards for which she was nominated. “My life changed when I wrote this song, and I felt it before anyone even heard it,” 23-year-old Adele told the crowd after winning Best Pop Solo Performance for “Someone Like You.” Ironically, she took home the same number of awards Houston earned during her illustrious career in just one night. With her two previous awards from 2009, including Best New Artist, Adele is now an eight-time Grammy winner. However, just hours after Houston’s Feb....
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