Adele has been named Entertainer Of The Year by the Associated Press.
The London songstress beat out others like Taylor Swift and Psy in a vote off among 137 members of news service, including editors and broadcaster.
The title is given annually to the person who had the most infuence on entertainment and culture. Past winners have included Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift.
Adele's "Someone Like You" was also named the most popular kareoke track of the year, plus the joker also gave birth to her first child, recorded the most recent Bond film song theme and won six Grammy Awards and two Brits.
Adele's album '21' has been nothing short of spectacular for sales and the follow-up according to Adele's record label is not expected soon.
The Justice Collective is an all-star aggregation of artists, mainly but not entirely from Liverpool, gathered by producer Guy Chambers to raise funds for the legal battles still being endured by the families of 96 Liverpool Football Club fans killed in the infamous 1989 tragedy at Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield. The track features contributions from such local heroes as Sir Paul McCartney, Gerry Marsden (Gerry & the Pacemakers), Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes To Hollywood), Melanie Chisholm (Spice Girls), Peter Hooton (The Farm), John Power (Cast) and Rebecca Ferguson plus other notables including Robbie Williams, Paloma Faith, Glenn Tilbrook (Squeeze), Mick Jones (Clash, Big Audio Dynamite et al) and Beverley Knight.
The song originally featured in the 1944 musical film, Meet Me In St Louis, where it was sung by Judy Garland. It has since been covered by a host of classic artists, including Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and James Taylor.