Adele Resumes UK Tour After Illness
As her hit 21 album claims three Guinness World Records...
Last week, the Someone Like You singer was forced to scrap shows in Wolverhampton, Plymouth and Bournemouth after being struck with a chest infection.
The 23-year old songstress even had to pull out of performing at the Mercury Music Prize where her hit album, 21, was nominated for the £20,000 accolade.
Adele has since confirmed on her official website that her UK tour will now continue this evening, stating: "Adele is pleased to announce her UK Tour is back on, with her first date now being Tuesday September 13th in Leicester."
"She had previously been suffering form a severe chest infection, forcing her to postpone a number of dates."
The statement added: "The postponed shows will be rescheduled at the earliest opportunity and all original tickets will remain valid. Refunds will be available from the point of purchase."
In other Adele news, the Rolling In The Deep hitmaker has claimed three Guinness World Records with her sophomore LP, 21.
She has now become the first solo female to score eleven consecutive weeks at the top of the UK album chart, as well as being the first female artist to have two records and two singles in the UK top five at one time.
Addressing Adele's achievements, Craig Glenday, editor-in-chief for Guinness World Records, stated: "Adele is a wonderful role model for aspiring singers - and for all young people."
"Her unique vocal talents have rightly propelled her to stardom on both sides of the Atlantic, and her honest attitude to fame is refreshing."