Adele's 'Live in New York City' teaser hits holiday high notes (Video)

Celebrities Flood Adele's Radio City Performance
Celebrities Flood Adele's Radio City Performance


Adele is already the hit of the holiday season with her blockbuster song, "Hello," and now she's heading to TV.

Her recent one-night-only concert from Radio City Music Hall was captured by NBC for a special titled "Adele Live in New York City," and the promo released Wednesday teased the festive spirit that she belts out on stage.

As expected, the British singer performed her huge hit in her long awaited comeback to the New York stage on Nov. 17, which airs on NBC Monday, Dec. 14. The show marked the artist's first concert in four years.

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The one-hour NBC special showcases Adele's incredible performances of songs from her new album, "25," and also features her interacting with her fans from the iconic Radio City stage, and performing landmark songs from throughout her career, according to the network. Cameras were rolling behind-the-scenes in the days leading up to the concert, offering exclusive access to the artists' preparations for the event.

"Adele Live in New York City" is executive produced by Lorne Michaels, Adele and Jonathan Dickins and directed by Beth McCarthy-Miller.

The singer's latest album, "25" sold 3.38 million copies in its first week of sales in the U.S., marking the largest single-week sales figure for an album since Nielsen started tracking point-of-sale purchases back in 1991.

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It's also the first album to pass the 3-million sales mark in a week in Nielsen history.

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