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Adele Says “Hello” to SNL

Adele SNL “Hello” from 2015. After five years since Adele’s last album, 25, she has recently announced the release of a new album (finally). She hosted Saturday Night Live on Oct. 24, speaking about her weight loss and hinting at her new music.

NME quotes Adele’s monologue, saying, “[It was] the show that broke my career here in America, 12 very long years ago. See, I was the musical guest back in 2008 when Sarah Palin came on with Miss Tina Fey and so obviously a few million people tuned in to watch it and now the rest is history.”

Here, she indicated how much SNL helped her career. So, it was only right to return to the late-night show when she felt ready to be back in the spotlight.

There is no set release day or title yet for the album (basically we don’t know much), but we do know something is in progress and we could not be more excited. NME also reports the album is being worked on by Raphael Saadiq, a producer, as well as John Legend.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like Adele will be able to save 2020, as her album is not expected to be released until early 2021. I mean, with the pandemic and everything, did we expect anything less?

On the bright side, after an almost five-year hiatus, Adele is back in the spotlight and she seems to want to appear on different talk shows and return to the public eye.

After such an iconic release of 25, it is exciting to see how her new album will compare, especially if she is collaborating with different artists. Billboard reports that 25 made music sales history. It became the top selling album of 2015 in just one week after its release.

Even though we don’t have many details, we are excited to see Adele again. She seems happier and healthier than ever. Mark your calendars when we know the release date!

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