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Adele opens up on Grammys return: 'Thank God my voice healed'

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Adele has described her time spent recovering from vocal chord surgery as "really peaceful".

The 'Someone Like You' singer - who underwent microsurgery in November last year to stop bleeding resulting from a benign polyp - performed live on Sunday night's 2012 Grammy Awards, where she picked up six trophies.

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'It was actually really peaceful," she told Parade of her experience.

"It was a bit traumatic having the surgery but being silent in such a noisy world was actually a bit of a blessing in disguise. And thank God my voice healed. I stuck to all of the rules that they gave me."

Asked about her feelings on taking home so many of the recording industry's highest honours, Adele responded: "It's incredible, this whole night, amazing."

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Watch Adele win the 'Album Of The Year' trophy at last night's Grammy Awards below:

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