Adele WILL Be Performing At The Brit Awards!

Adele - When We Were Young (Live at The Church Studios)


Our favourite 'Hello' singer has been pulling our leg all this time!

From Winner To Singer At The Brit Awards

It was only a few years ago that Adele flipped the finger at the cameras after James Corden cut her acceptance speech short after winning Album of the Year at the Brits. Now, she's back to perform.

It's been an epic few months so far for the award winning singer, what with dropping her album 25 and then smashing all numbers of records. It has already become the most downloaded number one album of all time. 

And did you know Adele is in the Brit alumni? She went to the Brit School!

We reckon this will be a performance not to be missed.

Adele To Go On Tour!

She's been 'avin' us on! The 'When We Were Young' singer has announce that she WILL be going on a UK and European tour, despite having said in interviews that she's not sure if it's what she wants to do.

"I have been bluffing this whole time," she said in an Instagram post. "And I am so relive to finally tell you that I am of course I'm coming on tour!"

The Grammy award wining artist will begin her tour in Belfast next February and will move on to  Dublin, Manchester, London, Glasgow and Birmingham before moving on to mainland Europe. 

Tickets will go on sale to members of her website on 1st December 2015 and on 4th December for the rest of the world. 


Adele Is Smashing The Charts

After her last album '21' won a whopping six Grammys back in 2011, it's fair to say the pressure was well and truly on Adele to produce something fabulous.

However, after the 27-year-old Oscar winner dropped the lead single from her album, we knew we were in for something special.

'Hello' has smashed all digital sales records whilst the second single 'When We Were Young' has been streamed over 7 million times on Vevo.

The British singer may have waited to late November to drop her new album, but it's still expected to be one of the biggest selling albums of 2015.

Meanwhile, those lucky enough to have heard the new album in full already, have given their verdict:

"What it sacrifices in youthful rawness it makes up in maturity and sheer class" says 'Telegraph' music critic Neil McCormick. Whilst 'Digital Spy' says: "It all comes together like a sultry love letter from the pages of a 'Fifty Shades' novel."

We like the sound of that!

When We Were Young


Adele has premiered the second single from her forthcoming album with a live video filmed at a London recording studio.

The Oscar winner gave the performance of When We Were Young at the Church Studios where some of her third album, called 25, was recorded.

When We Were Young was written by Adele and Tobias Jesso Jr and is the follow up to the smash hit Hello.

25 will be released on Friday 20 November.

Rumour Has It That Adele Will Be Performing At Glastonbury!

Update 23rd November 

Despite having said that she wouldn't perform at Worthy Farm because the size of the festival is just too big, the Grammy award winner looks like she'll be making a u-turn and heading on down to the depths of Somerset next summer. 

Adele, 27, was at the festival this year and was spotted in the crowd at the Pyramid stage watching Kanye West perform. 

She said in an interview: "[Watching Kanye] was pretty insane... I don't know if I could do it."

However, according to insiders she will be headlining alongside other rumoured acts, Muse and Coldplay.

Update 23rd October

After four long, Adele-free years, she's back, and she's just released her debut single, 'Hello', from the her highly anticipated album, '25'. 

And to make your Friday EVEN BETTER, Adele has also released the video for the single. Eek! And here it is, for you:

Adele spoke to Heart's Emma Willis and Stephen Mulhern and she was SO excited to play her song. 

After the X-factor Ad last week, did she feel pressure to explain what the song was about in the open letter?


Here's a list of other tracks on the record:

1. Hello

2. Send My Love (To Your New Lover)

3. I Miss You

4. When We Were Young

5. Remedy

6. Water Under The Bridge

7. River Lea

8. Love In The Dark

9. Million Years Ago

10. All I Ask

11. Sweetest Devotion

'Hello' is  available to buy and stream on Friday October 23rd. 

Update 22nd October 

It's been FOUR years since Adele released a follow up to her critically acclaimed album '21', but now the 'Someone Like You' singer is back!

After teasing fans with a 30-second teaser of her new single, Adele has now confirmed that her third studio album will be called '25', with  'Hello' being the first single release off the record. 

'Hello' will be available to buy and stream on Friday October 23rd with the cinematic video for also being revealed. 

What's more, fans will be able to listen to the track for the FIRST time tomorrow (23.10.15) at 8am.


In an emotional message written to Facebook she said: "My last record was a break-up record and if I had to label this one, I would call it a make-up record. 

"Making up for lost time. Making up for everything I ever did and never did." 


Posted by Adele on Wednesday, 21 October 2015

The singer continued: "25 is about getting to know who I've become without realising. And I'm sorry it took so long but, you know, life happened." 

The Facebook statement is the first official confirmation that Adele will be making new material and she revealed it will be called '25'.

Explaining her thoughts on it's significance, she said: "I feel I've spent my whole life so far wishing it away. Always wishing I was older, wishing I was somewhere else, wishing I could remember and wishing I could forget too. 

"Wishing I'd gotten to know my great-grandmother more… Wishing I hadn't cut my hair off… Wishing I'd waited and wishing I'd hurried up as well. 

"Turning 25 was a turning point for me, slap bang in the middle of my 20s. Teetering on the edge of being an old adolescent and a fully-fledged adult, I made the decision to go into who I'm going to be forever without a removal van full of my old junk. 

"I miss everything about my past, the good and the bad, but only because it won't come back."