Adele's eagerly awaited album 25 has fans – and all of Twitter – completely in their feelings

By Char Adams and Diana Pearl
Updated November 20, 2015 10:20 AM

It is officially Adele day.

The British singer’s eagerly awaited album 25 has dropped, and fans – along with all of Twitter – have lost all chill.

Billboard previously reported that 3.6 million physical copies of the album would ship to the U.S., possibly marking the largest number of new-release CDs shipped in the last decade.

Total CD and digital sales as well as downloads for the album are expected to reach more than 3 million in the first week, Billboard reports. Amazon pre-orders for the album surpassed 100,000 for both digital downloads and CDs.

The songstress recently made a triumphant return to the live stage, bringing down the house at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Tuesday. The concert will be broadcast as a one-hour special, Adele Live in New York City, Dec. 14 on NBC.

On Friday, an hour-long special titled Adele at The BBC will be broadcast in the UK and the 27-year-old is set to perform on Saturday Night Live on Saturday.”

Twitter is definitely into the new album – and its feelings – as the #Adele25 hashtag is riddled with fans noting their first CD purchase in years, sad gifs, heartbreaking lyrics and track favorites.

The “Hello” singer uploaded a thankful post to Twitter, writing “I am so overwhelmed and grateful to be able to even put another record out, and put it out how I want.”

Naturally, the singer signed off with, “see you on the other side … love adele X.”