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The latest trailer for Adele One Night Only, which is due to air in the US on Sunday, features a chat with Oprah Winfrey.
The singer, 33, wore a white suit to sit down with the 67-year-old interviewer in what appears to be the same location as Winfrey’s famous March interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
In the clip, she promises the show: “Will look really elegant and then I’ll tell a load of filthy jokes and stand-up, so it’ll be real whiplash.”
Earlier this month, the singer took to the stage at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles to film the concert before sitting down with the chat show host for an interview.
The two-hour special will air on the channel on November 14, five days before the release of her long-awaited fourth album 30.
Last month, Adele released her first single from the album - called Easy On Me which shot to the top of the UK charts.
The track notched up 217,300 chart sales in its first week, the highest total since Ed Sheeran’s Shape Of You came out in January 2017.
Adele has recorded a similar show to her CBS special for ITV.
Phillip Schofield, 59, was among numerous celebrities who filled the London Palladium on Saturday for Adele’s first UK performance in four years which was recorded for the special.
Titled An Audience With Adele, it will air two days after 30 is released.
Speaking about the night on ITV’s This Morning on Monday, Schofield told his co-presenters: “She was on full form. She was very emotional when she came out. It genuinely terrifies her.
“I can’t say what she actually said but it is being widely reported that it starts with ‘s’. And she was very, very nervous – but it is always such a shame because she is so extraordinary.
“It was a mix of classic songs, songs from the new album, and in the ‘audience with’ format, so there were people asking questions. Very star-studded. There were some pretty big names there.”
Adele will take to the stage as part of next year’s BST Hyde Park festival which will also feature performances from Sir Elton John, Duran Duran and Pearl Jam.