Did Adele Accidentally Reveal She's Married At The Grammys?

The 2017 Grammy Awards were an extremely emotional night for Adele. To recap: she swept the top three categories (album of the year, record of the year, and song of the year), bowed down to Beyoncé, had an onstage mishap...and may have revealed that she and longtime boyfriend Simon Konecki tied the knot.

Adele, 28, and Konecki, 42, have been together since 2011 and share a 4-year-old son named Angelo.

Speculation that the "Hello" singer and Konecki may have gotten married began in early January 2017, when they were both spotted out and about with gold bands on their all-important fingers. The singer's rep wouldn't comment on the relationship, as is par for the course for the super-private chanteuse, but at the Grammys on Feb. 12, she may have let the cat out of the bag. During her acceptance speech for record of the year, she said, "Grammys, I appreciate it, the Academy, I love you, my manager, my husband and my son—you're the only reason I do it." However, Konecki's title is still a little murky, because reports say Adele later referred to him as her "partner."

The other talked-about Adele moment of the night that had nothing to do with Queen Bey? Her tribute to the late George Michael, who passed away at age 53 on Christmas Day in 2016. Adele stopped her performance of "Fastlove" after less than a minute, and after a few bleeped expletives, she requested to start over again. Thankfully, no one seemed upset by it. In fact, she finished the song to a standing ovation.

Grammy President Neil Portnow talked about that moment with People, "What I think was magnificent was it shows the humanity of live television, but it also shows professionalism. You heard her say she's a perfectionist, so she's not gonna settle for something she's not comfortable with. Rather than just go along, she did the right thing."

For her part, Adele was humbled by the experience. "I was devastated by that, and my rehearsal—I did have a shaky rehearsal today," she admitted to People. "But I have been working very hard on this tribute for him, every day."