Adele's 21 Album Is 'Despressing', Says Rihanna
Adele's sophomore album 21 may have shifted around 18million copies worldwide, but Rihanna has revealed she can no longer listen to the star's "depressing" LP.
During an interview with Jonathan Ross for his ITV1 chat show, the Bajan babe also admitted that she "identifies" with the Rolling In The Deep hitmaker's heartbreak on the record.
RiRi stated: "It's hard to say a [favourite] track. The last album 21 just spoke to me so much. To the point where I had to stop listening to it cos it was depressing me so much. You become so attached to the stories, it's really something you identify with."
The 24-year old also confessed her obsession with the Someone Like You singer, joking that she "stalked" her at The Brit Awards last week.
Rihanna claimed: "Really I came to the Brits to stalk Adele. It was nothing about the awards or the performance, for me it was just to see Adele again. She doesn't know the depth of my affection, just the surface. She has no idea."
In the same interview, the You Da One singer claimed she's had enough of being alone, telling Ross: "Yes, I am a single lady. This is not something I enjoy.
"Single life is so overrated. You always want to be single when you are in a relationship but trust me it is no bueno.
"I have such incredible experiences in my life, but you don't want to live your life and then meet someone, you want to share your life with someone. I feel like that is what I am missing right now."