Adele performed Hello for the first time and, of course, it was amazing.
You've probably had Adele's smash, record-breaking hit "Hello" on repeat since it came out. Soon you will have live performances to watch over and over, with a performance from the British superstar coming up on SNL on Nov. 21st, a concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Nov. 17 and her upcoming hour-long BBC special, which she filmed on Nov. 2nd in London.
The first preview of that special, aptly titled Adele at the BBC, is out and features Adele belting out her first single like only she can. It's been a while since she's performed live, but this clip proves she's back and better than ever.
The powerhouse singer also sat down for an interview with Graham Norton for the special, which will be broadcast some time this month. In a preview of the sit-down, she discusses feeling hesitant about releasing new music, admitting: "I got really worried that I was never gonna make anything that anyone liked again." She also addresses rumours about herself, including not having access to her Twitter account because of her propensity to drunk-tweet.
Watch a teaser of the interview and performance here: