Adele Sings 'Hello' Live For The First Time on BBC Music Special

  • Adele Sings 'Hello' Live For The First Time on BBC Music Special

Adele Sings 'Hello' Live For The First Time on BBC Music Special

Adele may be one of the most influential musical stars today, but the "Hello" singer could not even tweet her millions of fans her personal "hello" without having her message approved by two people. Throughout a phase referred to as "rumour has it" throughout the taping of TV special 'Adele at the BBC", she was asked concerning the claims & admitted: "This is true. The special, which will be called Adele at the BBC/Adele Live in London (depending on which side of the pond you're on), will be hosted by comedian Graham Norton, and will feature a few of Adele's older hits, as well as her new record-breaker. Apparently, her tweets are still her own, but they just don't go straight to the social media account, but instead go through "filtering".

The channel has released a teaser video of Adele's performance, which is set to air on November 20, coinciding with the release of her highly anticipated album "25".

"I mean I'm not a drinker any more, but when Twitter first came out I was, like, drunk tweeting, and almost put my foot in it quite a few times", Adele said.

"That is true, yeah, ha ha ha", Adele answered.

Like a girl after my own heart, Adele added, "I can't do anything else". She still writes everything herself, but her tweets now pass through several filters. "This is all that I like doing", she confessed during a sit-down with Norton.