For the first time ever, Adele has performed her latest hit single “Hello” live as part of a television program, set to air later this month in Britain. The 27-year-old looked gorgeous wearing a shiny green dress as she belted out the record-breaking ballad.

Adele, who has made a spectacular comeback after an absence of three years, appeared for an hour-long BBC special with host Graham Norton, which is titled “Adele at the BBC.” The special will be the songstress' first live performance since the Academy Awards in 2013, when she performed the James Bond theme song “Skyfall.” The song also won the Academy Award for Best Original Song.

Apart from singing the emotional song, Adele also sat down with Norton to talk on various topics including her new album, her absence from the music scene and her why her management does not allow her to handle her own Twitter account.

"It was that thing of do I or don't I want to go back to my music. Obviously I do," the singer said about her comeback, according to BBC. "I just wanted to make sure that everything was in place for me to do it so that I could do it properly, you know?

"I can't do anything else. This is all that I like doing,” she added.

She then talked about how her tweets are all penned by her but why she is not allowed to post them. “I'm not a drinker anymore, but when Twitter first came out I was, like, drunk tweeting," she said.

"I nearly put my foot in it quite a few times. So, yeah, my management decided that you have to go through, like, two people and then it has to be signed off by someone.”

The channel has released a teaser video of Adele's performance, which is set to air on Nov. 20, coinciding with the release of her highly anticipated album “25.” The mother-of-one released “Hello” on Oct. 23 and it set a record of a million U.S. downloads in its first week.

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