Singer Adele performs "All I Ask" on stage at the 58th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 15, 2016. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

British singer Adele has hinted that she is planning an Australian tour for her fans Down Under. Adele opened the U.S. leg of her “25” tour in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Tuesday. When the “Hello” hitmaker learned that one of her fans had flown all the way from Australia to see her, Adele got off the stage and hugged the woman.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Adele revealed onstage that she will be touring Australia and it’s in the planning stage now.

“Why don’t we get your info and when the Sydney show happens you can come, on us,” Adele said.

However, right after, she backtracked saying “Well, if the tour happens.” She explained she always announces things when she is not supposed to.

There’s a small problem with her Australian tour. Adele wants to be in London when her son Angelo starts school. That may delay her availability.

“My son will be starting school then. Can you imagine me dropping my kid off at school? Crying?” Adele said.

The massively-popular singer’s tour is supposed to end on Nov. 16 in Mexico and no dates for 2017 have been scheduled. During the tour, Adele will make stops in all major cities including six nights at New York’s Madison Square Garden, six nights at Los Angeles’ Staples Center and four nights at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre.

Adele joked onstage that she may retire from music.

“I'm telling a joke. And the punchline is: Can you imagine me quitting music to become a music teacher at his school?” she said.

Australian promoters are fighting a severe bidding war with the singer expected to extending her tour into next year. However, as Adele is expected to dominate 2017’s Grammy Awards on Feb. 12, she would need to be in Los Angeles during that time.

Adele has never toured Australia. As per, sources have revealed that the Australian leg is extremely likely in 2017. In order to cope with the massive demand, Adele is expected to play stadiums. Down Under, Adele has sold more than 1.7 million copies of her three albums.