Adele Suffering From Stage Fright?
The Rolling In The Deep star has also been given the all-clear to sing again...
Adeleis rumoured to have developed a severe case of stage fright.
The 23-year old, who has previously confessed she will not perform at festivals because she is "frightened" of singing in front of a big crowd, is reportedly becoming more nervous about some of her larger gigs.
According to Heat magazine, Adele saw the cancellation of her US tour as a "blessing in disguise" and is trying out different techniques to try and calm her nerves ahead of the rescheduled Stateside shows in August.
A source told the publication: "She appears to be getting more and more scared of performing in front of big audiences."
They added: "She's been working through why she gets so nervous and meditating a lot. Performing is her life. It's such a shame it seems to have become so hard for her."
The Someone Like You singer has also revealed that she has been given the all-clear to sing again, following a bout of laryngitis last month.
Adele told Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles: "It's basically a hole in your vocal cord but I sang through it so that's why it popped. I'm better now it's fine, I got the all-clear,"
She is now set to take to the stage at Camden's Roundhouse for her iTunes Festival show on 7th July, which she has planned a full set for.