If the Adele song “Hello” was breathtaking for you to watch, you must definitely see the the British singer perform the epic live rendition of her comeback song.
Hollywood Life reported that Adele performed her latest single live for the first time since the song made its debut. During the NRJ Music Awards on November 7 in France, the British singer gave a “stunning rendition.” The video instantly gives chills to anyone who watch it.
Watch the full video of her live performance here:
According to Hollywood Life, the British singer also looked stunning in the black dress she wore. The site mentioned that Adele always gave “sweet and simple” performances. The British singer gave an outstanding performance with a voice that “speaks for itself.”
Her live performance at the awards show was also the first in two years. Adele’s previous live performance was at the 85th Academy Awards in 2013. Her song from the movie “Skyfall” was awarded “Best Original Song.”
Adele went on a hiatus and in 2014, she hinted that she would release her third studio album.
Billboard noted that Adele’s latest hit single “keeps getting bigger.” When “Hello” was officially released on Youtube last October 23, it got 100 million views in five days. According to a Youtube statement, most major music videos took months to achieve such number of views.
Her latest single is said to be the fastest song to reach 100 million views in 2015. According to Billboard, when Adele finally drops her album, “25,” on November 20, it is expected to sell a hundred million copies on its first week.
The site projected “25” to sell between 1.3 million and 1.8 million copies. If she hits the mark, Adele can defeat Taylor Swift’s 1989 which sold 1.29 million copies in its first-week sales.
She may even surpass Britney Spears whose album “Oops I Did It Again” sold 1.32 million copies in its first week of release. Spears currently holds the title of having the “biggest debut week for a female.”
According to People, Adele will perform at a concert at the Radio City Music Hall in New York on November 17. The British Singer will also appear in “Saturday Night Live” on November 21, “The Tonight Show” on November 23, and the “Today” show on November 25.