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Adele sings the theme for Skyfall, out in cinemas now! Take a look at other stars to sing for 007...
Adele is singing the theme for the forthcoming James Bond film, Skyfall. The song will be Adele's first new song since she released her all-conquering sophomore LP 21 in January 2011. But which other stars have sung the James Bond theme song?
Dame Shirley Bassey performed the James Bond themes for Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, and Moonraker. Diamonds Are Forever could stake a claim for the most iconic Bond theme... What do you think?
Dame Shirley Bassey is the only artist to have recorded three James Bond themes. Perhaps it's because she just oozes the films' defining characteristics: elegance, style, and class.
The Swedish pop maestros struck gold with their song for Timothy Dalton's first outing as Bond in 1987. The Living Daylights sold over 2 million copies worldwide!
Perhaps one of the most enduring Bond songs, Live and Let Die remains a staple in Macca's live sets to this day!
Tom is said to have sung the final note of the title song to the 1965 film so long he fainted in the studio! 'I closed my eyes and I held the note for so long when I opened my eyes the room was spinning,' the Welsh singer reportedly revealed.
Motown legend Gladys Knight recorded License to Kill in 1989, and it remains one of the longest Bond themes ever put to tape.
Sheryl's song for the 18th James Bond became her fifth top 20 hit in the UK. The All I Wanna Do star released Tomorrow Never Dies in 1997.
In 1999, Garbage released The World Is Not Enough. Frontwoman Shirley Manson isn't the only Scot to have sung the Bond theme though...
Scottish songstress Lulu supplied the song for 1974 Bond film The Man With The Golden Gun. Love it!
Sheena's For Your Eyes Only was nominated for the Best Original Song gong at the Oscars in 1982. Sheena is one of three Scottish women to have sung a Bond theme: Shirley Manson of Garbage and Lulu round off the trio.
Another song not named after the film is All Time High, Rita Coolidge's 1983 effort. 'It is a wonderful song and I am very proud to be a part of that family [of James Bond theme singers],' Rita reportedly beamed.
Blonde bombshell Nancy could have even played a Bond girl herself! She performed the theme for You Only Live Twice in 1967.
Madge's effort, 2002's Die Another Day, sold 167,863 copies in the UK, making it the most successful Bond theme since...
Duran Duran's A View to Kill in 1985! Lead singer Simon even signed off the music video with the line: 'The name's Bon... Simon Le Bon'. What's not to love?
Written by U2, sung by Tina Turner... There was no way this dream team effort wasn't going to be a hit! GoldenEye remains one of the biggest hits in Tina Turner's glittering career.
One of the only songs on this list that wasn't named after the film is Louie's 1969 effort We Have All the Time in the World. Bond theme guru John Barry reportedly chose Armstrong because he felt he could 'deliver the title line with irony.'
In 2006, Chris Cornell became the first male to sing the Bond theme since 1987, marking a new era for James Bond films as Daniel Craig made his debut as the spy.
Nobody Does It Better than Carly! Her Bond effort rounds off the four themes with a different title to the film they were written for.
Most recently, Alicia Keys was joined by Jack White for Another Way to Die. It was released by XL Recordings, which is Adele's record label... Could this mean Adele is the next Bond songstress?