After years of feverish anticipation for Adele to drop a new album, the English hitmaker finally made a comeback with her single ‘Easy on Me’, which was released earlier in October. On November 14, Adele will also take part in a television special Adele One Night Only, on CBS, where she will discuss her new album and its motives with American talk show host Oprah Winfrey. However, Middle Eastern Adele fans can save themselves from the burning “fear of missing out” and watch this exclusive episode on streaming platform Anghami on November 19, the day her album 30 drops. “The same way we aim to amplify local voices and to grow them globally, our objective as well is to connect global voices with their fans in the Middle East,” said Eddy Maroun, chief executive of Anghami. “We’re proud to be the official broadcasters of Adele’s special in the Middle East and North Africa, and we have more global projects coming in the next few quarters.”
In an honest, open, and heartwarming talk with Winfrey, Adele will reveal the personal angles of her new album, which is predominantly centered around her divorce from Simon Konecki. The singer will also talk about her son Angelo Adkins, who was one of the main inspirations behind her new work.
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The much-awaited episode was filmed in Los Angeles Griffith Observatory, where celebrities like Kris Jenner, Drake, Ellen DeGeneres, James Corden, and Lizzo watched Adele perform her legendary tracks and got an exclusive peek at some of her new album’s unheard productions recently. The full set of songs performed included hits ‘Hello’, ‘Easy On Me’, ‘Skyfall’, ‘Someone Like You’, ‘When We Were Young’, ‘Make You Feel My Love’, ‘Hold On’, ‘Rolling In The Deep’ and ‘Love Is A Game’.