Singer Adele doesn’t have to do much for us to love her, just show up and sing.That is exactly what she has done in her first live performance since the 2013 Oscars. And of course…we loved it!


Ahead of the release of upcoming album, ‘25′, the 27-year-old British legend, performed her record breaking single ‘Hello‘ in a BBC Music Special hosted by chat show host Graham Norton.


It may be felt by some that it is a bit premature referring to Adele as a legend, we don’t agree. After all the she has been given her own TV special by the BBC upon her return to music after only a three year hiatus. A preview clip from the pre-recorded one hour TV special ‘Adele At The BBC‘, was released on Friday with the full show airing later this month November 20th.



The single has done rather well, that is probably putting it lightly as she has in fact broken a record in digital sales, after selling 1.1 million downloads in the US in its first week, and the first song to ever do it. Currently number 1 in the UK singles chart, ‘Hello‘ debuted at the number 1 spot in the Billboard Hot 100.


Adele, that voice and her pen game just seems to have a knack for making people feel, majority of that feeling is heartbreak, even if you have no boo to feel heartbroken over. But we are okay with that.



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