Get ready to say “Hello” to Adele again. The 27-year-old songstress’ NBC Radio City Music Hall special, “Adele Live in New York City,” is re-airing tonight.
Did you miss out on the action? Just joining the British singer’s fan club? Couldn’t get tickets for her 2016 tour? NBC is giving its viewers a second chance to watch the popular music special before the end of the year. The network will air “Adele Live in New York City” tonight at 9 p.m. EST.
Originally taped on Nov. 17, the special – which was executive produced by Adele, Lorne Michaels and Jonathan Dickins – first aired on NBC on Dec. 14. The singer sang some of her hit songs, like “Hello,” “Someone Like You” and “When We Were Young,” while also talking to the crowd about her personal life. According to The Wrap, the event became the top music special for the 18-49 demographic in 10 years, bringing in 11.2 million viewers. The concert managed to just beat out NBC’s live musical, “The Wiz Live!,” which raked in 11.1 million viewers when it aired on Dec. 3.
Of course, the ratings aren’t Adele’s only big feat this month. Tickets for her 2016 U.S. tour quickly sold out last week when they went on sale. Ticketmaster reported an “all-time high” number of users – 10 million to be specific – queuing to buy seats for her tour. According to a press release from the site, only 400,000 tickets for her entire tour were available.
Catch “Adele Live in New York City” on NBC at 9 p.m. EST. But don’t change the channel right after. The network will be re-airing “Michael Buble’s Christmas in Hollywood” special at 10 p.m. EST.