The singer will say "Hello" to Saturday Night Live next month

By Jeff Nelson
Updated October 27, 2015 04:10 PM
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Her new single and video haven’t even been out a week, but Adele‘s already taking names and prepping to say “Hello” to TV audiences once again.

Her ”Hello” video shattered Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus‘ previous Vevo records.
After dropping Friday, the Xavier Dolan-directed, sepia-toned clip garnered the most single-day views (27.7 million), smashing the Vevo record previously set by Swift’s modest 20.1 million views for “Bad Blood.” Swift took the title from Nicki Minaj and the 19.6 million views accumulated by “Anaconda,” while Cyrus once held the title for 19.3 million views in 24 hours for “Wrecking Ball.”

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She’s returning to TV for an hour-long special.

Adele, 27, will perform on television for the first time since belting her 007 track “Skyfall” at the Oscars in 2013.

The mom of one (to son Angelo, 3, with partner Simon Konecki) will tape a one-hour special in front of a live audience, Adele at BBC with British talk show host Graham Norton next Monday.

She’s expected to perform cuts from her much-hyped album, 25, which is due Nov. 20 (and already available for preorder).

She’s coming to America.
Adele will serve as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on Nov. 21, just a day after 25 drops. (Matthew McConaughey will host.)

Her return to SNL marks her first time performing on the Studio 8H stage since her debut in 2008, when she sang her first single “Chasing Pavements.”