The British singer won the 'Best Original Song' award at Sunday's ceremony, triumphing over the likes of Jon Bon Jovi and Keith Urban.
She cited the Golden Globe as one of the defining moments of her career while speaking to reporters after the Golden Globes.
"It's absolutely amazing and quite a thrill and quite hilarious because it is not my field," Adele said, reports Parade. "Although it is mind-boggling to win Grammys, but many amazing actors have these awards so it is very weird, but incredible."
The musician added: "I feel a little bit kind of overexcited. It's my first night out since I had my child. And my inspiration normally comes from heartbreak, but I don't think I am going to have to get devastated again, so that's good."
Adele went on to share her favourite memories of the James Bond film franchise.
"My first Bond film that I watched was actually a Pierce Brosnan Bond because I am only 24 so I don't go back to the classics," she admitted. "It was the one where he was on the speedboat on the Thames. And then Daniel Craig, who is so edgy and he turned the vibe around."
Her song 'Skyfall' is also up for the Academy Award in the 'Best Original Song' category. The winner will be announced on February 24.
Watch Adele's 'Skyfall' music video below:
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