This week, Adele interviewed with The Hollywood Reporter and shared her thoughts about artists covering her music. She admitted she’s not particularly fond of it because other singers don’t have the same relation to the songs as her. Adele explained, “With my music, and for whoever listens to it, I think I’m not the best singer in the world at all, but no one else can sing my songs like me because they didn’t write them.” “No one can sing my songs like me, period,” she continued. “They can’t sing. The lyrics are not their own. And I don’t think anyone else should sing my songs… I don’t mind it when they do, but I’m just saying they’re never going to be able to emote it. Same way that I can’t sing other people’s songs. I didn’t write the lyrics, and I can’t sing as well as them.” It made total sense to me, but it also made me think about all the celebs who previously covered her songs. Let’s take a look and see how they did. 1. Bruno Mars covered their co-written song “All I Ask.” People seemed to love it from all the views it got. It gave one listener goosebumps. The top YouTube comment called his rendition “flawless.” This person gave it a 10 out of 10. At the time, someone said it was the best cover they’d seen of the song so far. 6. Aretha Franklin was another person who covered “Rolling in the Deep.” People loved the Aretha-ness she brought to it. 8. Keith Urban covered “Easy On Me.” The comments on the video are turned off, but I think he did great. 9. Katy Perry mashed up “The One That Got Away” and “Someone Like You.” People thought she did pretty good, actually. 10. Jeremih covered “Rumour Has It.” People were very thrown off by it. 11. Celine Dion took a shot at “Hello.” 12. Willow Smith attempted her song “Skyfall.” She did exactly how people expected she would. What do you think of Adele’s comments and all those covers? Share it in the comments below.