As Jimmy Fallon explained, she has a once-in-a-generation voice, and Adele's NBC special is now online for all to enjoy.
Last night (December 14), “Adele: Live in New York City” was a huge ratings hit as the English songstress performed hits like “Hello,” “Skyfall,” and “Set Fire to the Rain” at Radio City Music Hall, and her millions of fans now have a chance to see it all again.
At this point, everyone under the sun has heard Adele's new single “Hello,” and last night (November 24) she sang the ditty on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” with the help of The Roots and some interesting instrumentation.
The beautiful English songbird was pitch perfect as always while Fallon and his house band grabbed classroom instruments such as bongos, a ukulele, shakers and kazoos to join in the fun.
Soul superstar Adele is feeling "so overwhelmed" by the love and support of her fans as she releases her new album 25.
The singer made her surprise chart comeback last month, when she dropped Hello, her first single since James Bond theme song 'Skyfall' in 2012. It shot to number one around the world, and became the biggest-selling track of the past three years in her native U.K., while the accompanying black-and-white promo set a new viewing record after racking up 100 million hits on Vevo.com in just five days.