Adele shares bloopers from behind the scenes of Easy on Me video shoot

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Adele has shared some amusing bloopers from behind the scenes filming her “Easy on Me” video, the first single to her highly anticipated album 30.

The clip, which Adele shared on Instagram, opens with the singer peering into a car mirror. In the blooper reel, she breaks into laughter. “Wait, just give me a second,” she says.

The wind also gives her some trouble during a call to a friend when she sits down to sing by an open window.

However, the most difficult issue she experiences is when she tries to play a cassette on the car stereo as she sets off on her journey.

The cassette pings back out several times before it finally stays in place. “It worked!” she happily tells the camera.. “It’s all smoke and mirrors!” she captioned the clip.

The tracklist for 30, which is due to be released on November 30, has also been revealed on social media.

There are 12 songs on the album, with three bonus tracks included in the Target exclusive edition. One of the bonus songs is an alternative version of “Easy on Me” featuring Chris Stapleton.

The album is the follow-up to 2015’s 25 and Adele previously said it reflects a tumultuous period of her life which included her divorce from charity boss Simon Konecki.

Adele will star in an ITV primetime special concert to launch her eagerly awaited new album.

An Audience With Adele will feature the superstar performing at the London Palladium, ITV said.

It will air on ITV on November 21.

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