Adele is allegedly planning to make a return to music at The Oscars.
After taking a break from her career following the birth of her son last October, Ace Showbiz has reported that the 24-year old will make her first public performance at the prestigious award ceremony next month.
It is thought Adele will sing her James Bond theme tune Skyfall at the bash, as The Oscars celebrates the spy flick's 50th anniversary.
The track is expected to be named on the Best Original Song nomination list at the 85th Academy Awards, which take place at the Dolby Theatre in LA on February 24.
Last week, Adele also hit the headlines after her smash hit album 21 was named the fourth biggest-selling UK record of all time, overtaking Oasis' (What's The Story) Morning Glory with with 4,562,000.
Queen's Greatest Hits album still reigns at the top of the best selling chart having sold 5,866,000 since its release in 1981.
Across the globe, 21 has sold 25 million copies and was last year named as the biggest-selling UK album of the 21st century.