ADELE suffered a very strange interview on Australian radio as it was grilled About being a ‘f*** dude’ and being compared to Vicky Pollard.
Appearing on KIIS FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Monday, the superstar singer was told she is “exactly” like the Chav character played by Matt Lucas in Little Britain.
Kyle Sandilands said: “You’re just like us… you’re Vicky Pollard but with an amazing voice.
“Vicky Pollard is a bad example. But I love Vicky Pollard!”
Adele rejects negative comparisons, instead taking the high road.
She said: “I’ve made that comparison before, all right. I’m glad you think I’m normal, because I am.”
Kyle’s co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson attempted to compensate for the awkward comment, saying: “You’re just that girl everyone wants to be friends with!”
But he was mocked by Kyle for “being desperate”.
Ignoring the on-air jibe, Adele said: “Thanks, that really pity you.”
But it got pretty awkward once again when Kyle said Adele “should be friends” as he revealed he’s in a good place after the divorce.
Ignoring the frivolous commentary, Adele continued to promote her solo single, Easy on Me, which sold 70,000 copies in the first 48 hours of its release.
This tune is doing well by combining the entire top ten.
A collaboration of Sir Elton John and Dua Lipa, Cold Heart sold 64,000 copies in seven days.
Adele, 33, is set to lead the pair to the top spot this Friday.
Easy On Me, which was released on Friday and has already been streamed on YouTube over 62.4 million times, is expected to have the biggest opening week for a song on the official singles chart this year.
Adele wrote the song after splitting from American businessman Simon Konecki.
She said of writing the album: “It was a very hard job to make.
“I was singing things I didn’t even realize I was feeling or thinking.
“But I’m really proud of it and I feel like I can’t open a door and take the keys with me for the sake of my mental health.
“I’ve had to leave it at the door for everyone and I’m in a stronger place now where I feel like I can work that vulnerability out.”