Adele Achieves True Diva Status, Books Radio City Music Hall for One Night Only
By Katey Rich
When you're Adele, you don't just come back after a four-year absence and release an album like it's no big deal. You make it an event. You break records. And you do your best Liz impression and celebrate it all with a performance at Radio City Music Hall.
The one and future queen of radio will drop her new album, "25," on November 20, and three days before she will do a one-night-only performance at Radio City. If you're not in New York and are unwilling to sell an organ to snag tickets, do not fret; the performance will be taped for a broadcast on NBC, called Adele Live in New York City and airing December 14. And if you can't wait that long, you can always catch her on "Saturday Night Live" on November 21.
Lest you think loving Adele is an NBC-only business, last night "The Late Late Show" with James Corden got in on the game, debuting a "Hello" parody about Halloween that co-starred Billy Eichner. It probably won't break the YouTube records that the real "Hello" did, but we all know what they say about imitation and flattery.
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