Adele announces tour for the first time in four years
British superstar singer Adele sent funs in a frenzy a short while ago after announcing via Facebook, that she will be going on tour for the first time in four years.
In recent interviews, the singer has suggested she may not tour, blaming stage fright, her chequered vocal health, motherhood, and saying she finds touring lonely.
However, In a blooper laced video posted earlier today, the Hello hit maker announced, “I was bluffing this whole time! … I am of course coming on tour and I can’t wait to see you.”
She is set to embark on her European tour starting in Belfast next February and will visit Dublin, Manchester, London, Glasgow and Birmingham before moving on to mainland Europe.
Adele’s last tour, in 2011, ended prematurely due to the discovery of a haemorrhage on her vocal cord, which required surgery.
Adele released her 3rd studio album "25" on November 20 of this year.
The album sales have already made history with over 3 million copies already sold in the U.S.