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Adele Wins Golden Globe, Delivers Night's Best Acceptance Speech

The Brit singer is "pissing herself" laughing at the Los Angeles awards ceremony
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ROBYN BECK

Adele's Bond theme "Skyfall" won the Golden Globe for Best Song at the 70th anniversary ceremony Sunday night in Los Angeles. Congrats, Adele! She beat out Taylor Swift's "Safe & Sound" (The Hunger Games), Jon Bon Jovi's "Not Running Anymore" (Stand Up Guys), Keith Urban's "For You" (Act of Valor) and Hugh Jackman's "Suddenly" (Les Misérables). But how about that acceptance speech? Is it now safe to say that Adele is the most fun person on earth? 

She high-fives Daniel Craig, storms onstage cackling "Oh my god," then says, "Honestly I've come out for a night out with my friend Ida, we're new mums... I was not expecting this! Thank you so much for letting me be a part of your world for a night. It's amazing, we've been pissing ourselves laughing, all of you." 

Adele thanked Craig, who she called "a wonderful Bond" and dedicated the statue to "my boyfriend Simon, who convinced me to [record "Skyfall"], and my lovely son." Bubbly wouldn't even begin to describe her. Yay Adele!

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