For being one of the most famous recording artists on the planet, Adele has maintained a remarkable level of privacy.
Despite the personal nature of her her music, even her biggest fans don't know much about Adele's love life.
And at last night's 2017 Grammy Awards, she may have dropped a bombshell ...
Adele sang "Hello", paid tribute go George Michael, and won just about every award that Beyonce didn't take home.
Yet it's a single word the singer uttered while accepting her Album of the Year Grammy that really has fans buzzing this morning.
In her speech, Adele referred to baby daddy Simon Konecki - her partner for years now - as her husband.
Rumors that Adele and Konecki are married have been circulating for years, as they have looked and acted the part.
The father of 4-year-old Angelo James is always by the music icon's side at awards shows and other public appearances.
But last night was the first time that Adele publicly confirmed that she and Konecki are hitched. Or did she?
At a post-show press conference, Adele had another chance to drop the H-bomb and did not, referring to Konecki simply as her "partner."
So which is it?
Are Adele and Konecki married but trying to keep it low-key, and she screwed up by hitting him with the "husband" tag in front of millions.
Or is Adele just one of those annoying people who calls her boyfriend her husband sometimes because they're "practically married."
We're leaning toward the former explanation, but with someone as famously secretive and guarded as her, you never know.
What we do know is that Adele shared the night with Beyonce, and the two queens yaaaaas slayed their way all over the stage.
Adele took home Grammys for Record of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year in what was a landmark night for her.
And yet, she expressed disbelief over the fact that she beat Queen Bey in all three categories for which they were competing.
We're sure the Bey Hive was equally shocked.
But hey, there's plenty of industry love to go around, particularly since those two split like 90 percent of it last night.
Their relationships with fans couldn't be much more different (Bey puts it all out there; Adele guards her privacy as best she can).
When it comes to music industry dominance, however, these two are sharing space at the very top of the totem pole.