Is Adele Planning a Comeback Concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall?

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Is Adele ready for her comeback? With a new album tentatively slated for October of this year, UK’s Daily Express reveals that she may be ready to take the stage again at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Adele has, for the most part, been out of the stage spotlight since 2011. The 25-year-old singer suffered a vocal-cord hemorrhage and needed surgery on her vocal cords. She also took time off to care for her new child who was born in October of 2012. Her only stage appearances in recent years include the 2012 Grammy Awards and the 2013 Academy Awards.

The Express also reports that in addition to the London Royal Albert Hall, Adele could bring her show to New York City and Los Angeles.

“Everything will be on her terms,” a source told the publication. “The key to all these plans is that Adele feels comfortable with her voice. She has vowed that she never wants to break down during a tour or put her voice through so much stress that she suffers problems. Her doctors warned her that stress could also mean more surgery, and she is adamant that she never wants to go through that again.”

In addition to a new album, fans can also expect to hear a collaboration between Wiz Khalifa and Adele on his forthcoming album, ‘Blacc Hollywood.’

So what do you think, Adele fans? Are you excited to see her perform again?

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