When Will Adele Perform Again?

January 13, 2012 |  by  |  Breaking News, Entertainment
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If you’re wondering when the “Someone Like You” songbird will ever perform again, you’re not alone. Last year, Grammy-nominated singer Adele found herself with a vocal illness that led her to cancel tour dates in October and eventually forced her to undergo a major surgery in November to stop recurrent bleeding from a benign polyp in her vocal cords. However, it’s official: Adele is ready to return to the award show stage and will be performing next month!

It was announced yesterday that Adele was nominated for three BRIT Awards, and that she would also perform at the show in London on February 21st.

She tweeted, “fucking happy, thank you for the nods xx” after the announcement was made.

However, the Grammy Awards ceremony falls on February 12th; she is reportedly scheduled to appear and has been asked to perform there. Will her big comeback occur in America or in the UK?

Sources have reported that Adele won’t be able to confirm her singing availability until the beginning of February. Though the Grammy Awards are only nine days before the BRIT Awards, the difference of days between the two award ceremonies are a crucial difference for someone who had such a major surgery on their vocal cords.

Adele is nominated for six Grammy Awards this year.

Do you think Adele will be well enough to take the stage at the Grammy Awards? Or will she simply show up and save her vocal strength for the BRIT Awards?

Photo credit: WENN


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