Adel made a grand return to the industry with her recently released single, the aptly titled "Hello."
The song broke records by selling over a million downloads within only seven days of its release and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The music video received almost 28 million views within 24 hours of posting, bumping off Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" music video, which racked up only $20 million views.
Seems like Swift's finding herself being knocked off her No. 1 spots a bit more frequently lately.
Meanwhile, not-so-newcomer Adele went on BBC Music to give an exclusive performance of "Hello." A preview has since been released by BBC music.
Following the clip of her song, the 27-year-old singer-songwriter sat down for an interview with host Graham Norton, during which she answered questions from the audience.
The segment was called "Rumour Has It," obviously, in reference to her 2011 song.
An audience member then asked a question that involved the musician and her Twitter account.
"Rumour has it, you're not allowed access to your own twitter account?" asked the audience member.
Adele gave an answer that set the record straight.
"That is true. Yeah," she stated.
This response caused the audience to burst into a string of laughter.
Seeking clarification, Adele added:
"I mean I'm not a drinker any more, but when Twitter first came out I was, like, drunk tweeting, and nearly put my foot in it quite a few times."
This answer caused the audience to burst into even more strings of laughter.
To balance out the whole ordeal, Adele said that the tweets are still hers, however, her management entails that the content go through two levels, and then be signed off by someone before going live.
"No-one writes my tweets. They just post them for me. So, yeah, that's very, very true."
Either way, her drunk tweets would just be a bonus to the gift of music that she so graciously and honestly shares with her fans.
"Hello" is part of the British artist's third album, "25." Her first album, "19" is the decade's 11th biggest selling album, while her second album, "21," sold over 30 million copies worldwide.
Adel's hour-long BBC One Special airs on Nov. 20.