“Rolling in the Deep” is essentially Adele’s debut single. Her second album, 21, had a number one song that catapulted her to stardom in the United Kingdom and beyond when it was released in 2010.

On the US Billboard Hot 100 charts, it peaked at number one and remained there for an incredible seven weeks. It was honored with three Grammys. More than 20 million copies have been sold globally. According to Rolling Stone magazine, it is the 82nd greatest song of all time.

Fast forward to November of 2021, over eleven years after the song’s debut. The London Palladium is the setting for Adele’s current concert, “An Audience with Adele,” which continues her long-running reign as a global superstar. Putting together this play has made her life’s journey over the past decade feel like a party. Even though she currently resides in Los Angeles, it is only natural that the event be held in her hometown, which is deeply connected to who she is

Adele is fantastic in front of a small audience, so the show’s format—filming a live performance—is perfect for her. This is the perfect platform for her to make lighthearted jokes while showcasing her incredible voice. A dazzling array of famous faces, such as Stormzy, David Tennant, Emma Thompson, Michael McIntyre, Gareth Southgate, Samuel L. Jackson, Emma Watson, Dawn French, Suranne Jones, Jonathan Ross, and David Tennant are all in the audience, adding to the glitz.

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