Adele announces ‘One Night Only’ TV special and interview with Oprah to celebrate the release of 30
Adele has announced details of a live concert special and an interview with fellow legend Oprah.
Fans of the singer will get the chance to hear music from her much-anticipated album, 30 during Adele: One Night Only.
The concert performance, featuring Adele’s first new material in six years, will premiere on 14 November.
It will be broadcast just five days before the release of her fourth studio album, on CBS and streaming service Paramount+.
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As well as a performance, the special will also feature an exclusive interview with Adele by Oprah Winfrey “from her rose garden” – and it already sounds iconic.
The announcement says it’s Adele’s “first televised wide-ranging conversation about her new album, the stories behind the songs, life after divorce, weight loss and raising her son”.
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Fans can expect to hear several of Adele’s hits alongside new music, including the first song lifted from 30, entitled “Easy On Me”.
She dropped the new song and its accompanying music video last week and instantly broke streaming records, becoming the most streamed song in a single day on Spotify.
The fan response was also huge, with Twitter declaring that Adele is “for the glam girls and gays”, while others were in their feelings, saying “Adele’s got me missing people I haven’t even met yet”.
How to watch Adele: One Night Only
In the US the two-hour event will be broadcast on 14 November on the CBS Television Network and available to stream live and on-demand via Paramount+.
Fans can sign up to Paramount+ here which is also home to music specials from Madonna, Kacey Musgraves and RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Once you’re signed up you’ll be able to watch the Adele live special as many times as you like on the platform.
A UK release date and channel is yet to be announced, but fans can expect it to be picked up by a big name network due to the singer’s popularity.