It happens to the best of us. It’s late at night, and you’re a couple drinks in when immediately that sudden urge takes over: You just **must** log onto Twitter to rant, gush, subtweet, or profess what will undoubtedly be unrequited love. Basically, you want to spout regrettable things for as long your thumbs will allow it.
please no one talk to me because i’ve had too much to drink at such an early hour and i’m afraid of what i will sayg
— mich e//e (@toomuchfuzz) August 13, 2015
Believe it or not, Adele is human and has done this before. And she’s gotten into a little trouble because of it. During a fan Q&A that will air as part of her upcoming BBC special, the UK powerhouse revealed that her drunk tweeting cost her her Twitter access.
Indeed, Adele — a grown woman — is not allowed to post her own 144-characte r 140-character thoughts (I’m inebriated, clearly).
“I’m not a drinker anymore, but when Twitter first came out, I was like, ‘You’re drunk tweeting,’ and nearly put my foot in it quite a few times,” she explained. “So my management decided, ‘You have to go through, like, two people, and it has to be signed off by someone.’”
The full concert special, Adele at the BBC, airs November 20th on BBC One. The pop singer has a number of US TV performances lined up behind new album 25, including Saturday Night Live on November 21st and an NBC special scheduled for
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