Adele Spills “New Album in September” 2020 at a Friend’s Wedding

Make way 2020, Adele is on her way!!!

It is unclear if Adele wanted this information out in the world just yet, but she was forced to reveal her plans for 2020. This happened while Adele attended her best friend’s wedding in London and the crowd forced some answers out of her.

The “Hello” singer not only officiated the wedding of her closest friend Laura Dockrill with former Maccabees member Hugo White, she also performed a set of songs live.

According to social media posts, Adele performed her hit single “Rolling In The Deep” and covered Spice Girls’ hit “Spice Up Your Life.” This is not all, she also performed Candi Staton’s “Young Hearts Run Free” and Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love” for the pleasure of the newlyweds and the attendees.

Adele’s last studio album was titled ’25’ and released almost five years back. Hence, this is a much-anticipated comeback for the Grammy-winning singer. So naturally, the eager crowd pushed her to spill some information about her upcoming music.

So Adele spilled “expect my album in September” as the crowd went wild. Talk about creating viral publicity!

The singer of Florence and The Machine, Florence Welch was also in the attendance of the party guests and she performed “Dog Days Are Over.” Everybody, including Adele, seemed to break the dance floor to this jam.

Check below clip of Adele singing “Rolling in the Deep” at the wedding ceremony.

In the wake of this news, we can expect new music by Adele very soon, as September 2020 is just six months away!

Who wants to take a gander at Adele’s 2020 album title? ’32’ perhaps?

Adam McDonald

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