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Adele Had a Hilarious Reaction to the Meaning Behind SZA's Song ‘Kill Bill’—Watch the Video

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.As host introduced during the ceremony, the camera was at a perfect angle to capture the “Easy on Me” singer's confused expression as Noah discussed the presenter's marine biology degree, which quickly turned into one of surprise delight as she learned the morbid meaning behind SZA's hit song “Kill Bill.”“And just think, this is a woman who almost became a marine biologist,” Noah said of SZA, adding, “And if she had, there would be no theme song for killing your ex.”“Adele is so unintentionally funny.

She was so confused by SZA’s intro,” one Twitter user . While many people on Twitter were quick to point out Adele's confusion, I'd like to focus on her reaction to “Kill Bill.” In the song, SZA debates whether or not to commit murder before ending with the lyrics, "I just killed my ex.

I still love him, though. Rather be in Hell than alone."“It’s about heartbreak, it’s about revenge, it’s about being pissed,” SZA told of her sophomore album SOS and her feelings following the breakup of an 11-year relationship. “I’ve never raged the way that I should have.

This is my villain era, and I’m very comfortable with that.” While I can't think of an Adele lyric that quite matches that vibe, her album 30 famously from Simon Konecki in 2019. “I built a house for love to grow, I was so young that it was hard to know,” she sang in “To Be Loved,” continuing, “I'm as lost now as I was back then.

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