Adele is taking the world by storm and her latest album "25" has launched the singer to new heights. On Monday Dec. 14, NBC will air a one night only concert, "Adele Live in New York City," which was taped on November 17.The show was the "Someone Like You" singer's largest New York City concert to date.
You can tune in to NBC Monday night at 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. EST to watch Adele's performance, or you can live stream it here. To live stream you have to verify your cable provider by signing in with you user ID and password.
Adele is expected to perform many of her hits and display her talents as one of the world's best singers. According to TVLine, the 27-year-old singer will begin the show with the first single off "25," the smash hit "Hello." She will also sing "Someone Like You," "Daydreamer," "When We Were Young" and "Million Years Ago."
USA Today reports that Adele had fun with the crowd during the filming of the special and even had a special moment before singing "Someone Like You." She said she sings the song from "an amazing place now," thanks to her boyfriend Simon Konecki, the father of Angelo, her 3-year-old son.
Adele's "25" has been putting up monster sales number since it was released on Nov. 20. "25" has now sold over 5 million copies, which is the first album to do that in a calendar year since here last released "21," according to Billboard. The English singer also broke NSYNC's "No Strings Attached" single-week album sales record of 2.41 million when it sold 2.43 million copies.
The Grammy Award-winning singer broke out in 2009 with her single "Chasing Pavements." She would later go on to win Grammy Awards for Album of the Year with "21" and also won Record of the Year and Song of the Year for her hit "Rolling in the Deep."
"Adele Live in New York" was executive produced by Lorne Michaels, Adele and Jonathan Dickins, and directed by Beth McCarthy-Miller, according to NBC. The hour-long concert airs Monday, Dec. 14 on NBC at 10 p.m. EST