Adele may have had one of the most successful albums of the century, but every chart-topping song is still a reminder of her heart break. Now that's a downer, and it's one that she has to live night after night.
The British Grammy-winner is kicking off the fourth season of live performance show, "Live from the Artists Den," premiering Fri., Feb. 3 at 10 p.m. EST on PBS. Local listings can also be found on the official site.
During the premiere, Adele will perform several of her hits, including "Rolling in the Deep," "Someone Like You," "Chasing Pavements," and "Turning Tables," in addition to a cover of Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman."
The singing sensation, who is set to make a comeback at this year's Grammy Awards, also sat down for an interview during her show’s taping at Santa Monica Bay’s Woman’s Club -- just weeks after her critically acclaimed album, "21," dropped.
"I like to try and distance myself from my songs, and I'm finding it quite impossible to do with this record," says Adele in The Huffington Post's exclusive first look of her episode. "And I'm not sure if it's because the record is a lot more successful than our relationship was. I'm a bit bitter about that in a way, but in a really profound way because it's really amazing. Every time I sing the song, something else comes out, a little bit more of me hates myself or a little bit more of me is devastated."
Watch The Huffington Post's exclusive first look at Adele's episode of "Live from the Artists Den" above, where she reveals her song-writing process and explains how she deals with having a record that was more successful than the relationship it was inspired by.