Adele Throat Surgery Successful: Adele Tells Fans She's "Super Happy"
Adele Blogs About Throat Surgery, Thanks Fans
Adele is doing just fine, following throat surgery for a hemorrhaged vocal cord.
The singer, who has seen a meteoric rise in popularity, sadly had to cancel some of her tour dates because she was unable to sing.
Adele was not diagnosed with throat cancer, as some tabloids and rumor mills would like you to believe, rather suffered a hemorrhaged vocal cord, which caused her voice to give out.
Adele took to her website to update fans on her recovery, writing, "Thank you for all your positive thoughts and get well wishes. I'm doing really well, on the mend, super happy, relaxed and very positive with it all."
She added: "The operation was a success and I'm just chilling out now until I get the all clear from my doctors."
There has been no information released about when Adele will reschedule those canceled shows, though you can imagine her fans are eagerly awaiting that announcement.
The vocal cord laser microsurgery removed a benign polyp to end the chronic throat hemorrhages, and while she's expected to make a full recovery, some are speculating she won't be performing again until early 2012.
Adele joked in her post, "Thank you to everyone who voted for the awards I've won recently as well. Hugely appreciated. I best get back to practicing my mime show now. Take care, miss you all."