Adele: finally coming out of hiding to star in her very own TV special?

It has been almost an entire year since Adele was supposed to release her third studio album, and her fans are getting very anxious to hear some new material from the star.

While it might feel like we haven’t heard a thing from the Grammy winner in years, we might not have to wait much longer.

Her third album is expected to be released at some point this November. However this has not yet been confirmed by the singer or her management as of yet.

No need to panic just yet though, because thanks to the BBC there has been reports that Adele is definitely planning a huge comeback with not just an album but also a TV special.

The Sun reports that there is an hour-long special in the works with the BBC that will coincide with Adele’s new album release.

A source told the paper: “Adele is simply too big just to be part of a green room of guests on a chat show. She deserves her own dedicated programme where the spotlight will only be on her.”

The rumour is that following the scheme of her last albums, Adele is planning to title her latest offering 25. Her last album, 21 was released in 2011 and it is apparently hoped that 21’s success will boost sales for 25.

The source also added about the TV special:  “It’s not like she desperately needs the publicity but you can’t turn your nose up at that level of exposure.”

Meanwhile, bookies are already putting odds on the star to be a headliner at Glastonbury, which doesn’t take place for another nine months. Since speculation about her album’s release date has intensified in recent weeks, she’s become a favourite to make an appearance.

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