“I used to have to lock myself away in my house, get pretty drunk and write a drunk diary - and that was the first time I could admit things to myself. A drunk tongue is an honest one in my opinion and the next morning I would read it through with an awful hangover and, in the cold light of day, had to absorb my feelings about myself. I was a bit scared that I wouldn't be articulate enough," The Sun quoted Adele as saying.
She said that she thought she knew everything. “When I was 18 or 19 I didn't regret anything, I was very much a teenager and thought I knew it all and that there was nothing else I could learn. I started realising my own flaws and my disappointments and I started regretting a lot of stuff. It was quite an awakening," she added.
The “Rolling In The Deep" singer revealed that she wrote a track for Jake Gyllenhaal's film Love And Other Drugs was was turned down. “I really wanted to have the soundtrack for Love And Other Drugs. I was in for a good shot but I submitted the wrong song. I love that kind of movie. Maybe next time," she said, adding, “I want to do a Martin Scorsese film. I don't know if I am trained enough to offer something that good for one of his movies."