Three days before issuing her new album 25, Adele will perform a one-night only concert at New York City's Radio City Music Hall that the singer will film for a television special. The concert will take place on November 17th and Entertainment Weekly reports that the program, Adele Live in New York City, will air on NBC on December 14th.
Outside of that broadcast, Adele has a busy schedule of television appearances ahead of her new LP. She'll appear as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on November 21st and is set to perform on Today on November 25th; both shows air on NBC. In the U.K., the "Hello" singer will also be the focal point of a one-hour special, Adele at the BBC, which will be filmed before a studio audience early next month and hosted by talk-show host Graham Norton.
Adele revealed the title and track list of the new LP, set for release on November 25th, last week. She released the song "Hello" and put out a mournful video for the single, the latter of which broke the record for single-day views on Vevo. Subsequently, Lionel Richie has joked about its similarities to his own "Hello," Rick Ross has issued a remix of the tune and Ellen has spoofed it.
The singer has described 25 as a "make-up record," the antithesis of a breakup record. "My last record was labeled a 'break-up record,' and rightly so, because it was a break-up record," she told Apple Music DJ Zane Lowe in a recent interview. "This record is all about how I feel as opposed to how someone else has made me feel, it's about how I made myself feel."