Adele announced on Thanksgiving Day that she'll be hitting the road starting at the end of February to go on tour, despite the fact that she previously said she wouldn't be going out for her newest album, 25.
This will be her first tour in four years.
In a video on Instagram, Adele explained, "I have been bluffing this whole time, and I am so relieved to tell you that I am, of course, coming on tour, and I can’t wait to see you all very, very soon."
Adele has had quite the successful week, so it's no wonder she can't keep a straight face in her video. Her tour is far from the only thing worth celebrating. Not only did she give knockout performances on Saturday Night Live and Jimmy Kimmel, but her album also officially broke *NSYNC's record for most albums sold in the U.S. in one week. Their album No Strings Attached held the record at 2.2 million units for nearly 15 years. Adele's 25 sold 2.433 million copies in just three days.
A factor that could have attributed to Adele's skyrocketing sales is the fact that she took a page from Taylor Swift's book and declined to make her album available on music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.
According to Adele's website, she will be starting her tour in Belfast and will then head to Dublin, London, Glasgow, Berlin and other European cities.
Unfortunately, the singer doesn't have any plans to extend her tour to the States just yet, but we'll be keeping our fingers crossed.
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