Adele on her body image

Singer Adele tells "60 Minutes" that she is all about the songs and not "some skinny mini" worried about her body. Watch Anderson Cooper's profile on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

Adele is all about the love songs she writes and sings and not about the way she looks, she tells Anderson Cooper in a "60 Minutes" interview to be broadcast Sunday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

She is an international star with a chart-topping album that's sold nearly 18 million copies. Does she ever feel pressure "to look a certain way?" asks Cooper. "No, never," replies Adele. "I've never seen magazine videos and been like 'I need to look like that to be a success,'" says the British singer, who is up for six Grammys Sunday night.

"I don't want to be some skinny mini with my tits out. I really don't want to do it and I don't want people confusing what it is that I am about," she tells Cooper. "I'm not shocking. I just stand there and sing. And I don't do stunts or anything.

"I'm just writing love songs. I'm not trying to be pop. I'm not trying to be jazz. I'm not trying to be anything. I'm just writing love songs and everyone loves a love song."

In the profile, Adele sings for Cooper in her first public performance since she underwent vocal cord surgery and discusses the operation that saved her voice. She also talks about her sudden success, her songs and takes Cooper to her new home in the English countryside.

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