The British singer followed up her special BBC performance of "Hello" with an appearance at the NRJ Awards on Saturday

By Lindsay Kimble
Updated November 08, 2015 04:00 PM

Adele mesmerized audiences on Saturday, yet again, with another performance on her comeback press tour.

Singing her smash (and record-breaking) new single “Hello,” which she first performed live for an upcoming BBC special earlier this week, the British artist captivated the audience at the NRJ Awards in Cannes, France.

Wearing a black dress, the 27-year-old sang the ballad on a romantically lit stage at the music awards show. Adele was accompanied by a live band and two female backup singers.

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“Hello” is the first song to rack up a million U.S. downloads in its debut week.

The track is Adele’s first single in nearly three years, and it is off her upcoming album 25. She’s set for several other performances in the coming weeks, including a concert at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Nov. 17, a stint as Saturday Night Live‘s musical guest on Nov. 21, an appearance on The Tonight Show on Nov. 23, and, finally, on the Today show on Nov. 25.