Adele has a Golden Globe now to go with her armload of Grammys, and she's not done yet: She wants the EGOT.
"I'm going to do it," the Skyfall winner said backstage Sunday at the 70th Annual Golden Globes, before ticking off her next goals: "Broadway and a TV show."
EGOT, that most elusive of Hollywood clubs, is an acronym for "Emmy Grammy Oscar Tony." Currently, Adele only has the Grammy part. The songstress, however, can be forgiven for looking past the Oscar—she's nominated for Original Song at next month's ceremony, and is considered the favorite to win for the 007 title track.
The singer, marking her first night out since giving birth to her son last October, said she was "a little excited" to make her post-baby debut at the Globes, and she reiterated her intention to keep the name of her son private.
With the baby question off the table, there was only one more place to go: Now that Adele had become an award-winning James Bond songwriter, was she ready to become a full-fledged, big-screen Bond girl?
"No," Adele laughed. And laughed. And laughed.