Adele is headlining a two-hour concert titled “An Audience with Adele,” which was filmed at the London Palladium and previously aired in the U.K. this past November. The Grammy winner, who taped the intimate show in November 2021, will sing a collection of her original songs, songs from her latest album 30, in the one of the U.K.’s most iconic venues. Fans will also be treated to soulful renditions of the Grammy winner’s biggest hits, including “Someone Like You,” “Hello” and “Easy on Me.”
The concert will air on Sunday, March 20, on NBC and be available to stream the next day on Peacock.
For her concert, Adele looked absolutely stunning in an off-the-shoulder black gown adorned with hundreds of sparkling crystals and her blonde flowing down her shoulders.
According to a release, Adele, 33, will answer questions about her inspirations and role models from celebrity guests, and be surprised with a guest from her childhood years.
Adele previously gushed about the memorable night via Instagram in November 2021 while sharing photos from the show with her followers.
“Home Sweet Home,” she captioned the series of pictures at the time, which showed her wearing an off-the-shoulder black gown with sparkle details. “I’ve always dreamt of doing An Audience With…” The “Love in the Dark” musician added: “There was so much love in the room for each other, it felt like such a gig! Everyone was raucous and bang up for it!”
The news comes fresh off Adele’s big night at the 2022 Brit Awards, which were presented at the 02 arena in London on Feb. 8.
Adele won artist of the year, Mastercard album of the year for 30, and song of the year for “Easy on Me.” She only lost in one category to Dua Lipa where the fan-voted best pop/rock act for the latter.
News of the upcoming concert special arrives over a month after Adele announced the postponement of her Las Vegas residency in late January, admitting that she “tried [her] hardest” to pull the show together in time, but fell short. However, she alluded that new dates would be announced soon.
“It would have been a really half-arsed show and I can’t do that,” the 15-time Grammy winner told Graham Norton last month. “People will see straight through me up on the stage … I’ve never done anything like that in my life and I’m not going to start now.”
Adele insisted that she and her team “are now working our arses off, but I don’t want to announce a new set of dates until I know everything will definitely be ready.”
“It is absolutely 100% happening this year. It has to happen this year because I’ve got plans for next year. Imagine if I have to cancel because I am having a baby!” she added.