Here's Every Video of Adele Performing Live for '25'

Adele performs "Hello" for the first time on BBC Music.
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Adele performs "Hello" for the first time on BBC Music.

Adele has been hopping on stages across the globe in support of her third studio effort, 25. Even after her vocal cord surgery in 2011, the British songstress still manages to hit all the right notes. 

As the anticipation for her already record-breaking release builds, here are the perfect pre-game visuals of Adele performing live since she gifted us with her comeback single “Hello” on Oct. 23.


BBC One earned the bragging rights for hosting Adele’s first live rendition of “Hello.” As part of the BBC One special slated to air later this month, the U.K. native showed she was no performing newb despite her three-year hiatus.

Watch Adele's Epic First Live 'Hello' Performance

NRJ Awards

Even as Adele sings “Hello” from the inside of France’s NRJ Awards, as she did on Nov. 7, the U.K. gem shines brighter than her own spotlight.

Watch Adele Give Powerful 'Hello' Performance at France's NRJ Awards

60 Minutes Australia

While “Hello” is a great tearjerker (especially on repeat), Adele is already on to the next one by previewing her upcoming single “When We Were Young” with footage from her 60 Minutes Australia interview.

Adele Previews 'When We Were Young' on '60 Minutes' Teaser, Tops Trending 140

Saturday Night Live

Adele turned on the waterworks during her SNL pit stop with tingly performances of "When We Were Young" and "Hello." 

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Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

Class was in session when Adele performed "Hello" with Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and The Roots with playtime instruments like the ukelele and xylophone. She also sang her heart out for "Water Under The Bridge."


The queen of emotion took another 25 deep cut out for a spin when she performed "Million Years Ago" (as well as "Hello," "When We Were Young" and "Water Under The Bridge") on the NBC morning show.