Adele clearly has the buzz for being on stage after collecting her Golden Globe award last weekend, as the star says she “absolutely” can't wait to head out on a world tour with her next album.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' hitmaker released her second album, 21, in 2011 and was due to embark on a mammoth world tour off the back of the record's success.
However, Adele was forced to cancel the jaunt when she had to have throat surgery which left her unable to use her voice for several months.
Adele promises to go on a world tour with her next album! (WENN)
Now back to good health, Adele says that she is excited to record her third album and finally reschedule her cancelled tour.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Adele said: “Absolutely, absolutely. I was meant to be doing it but then my throat issue happened, so I couldn't do it and then I got knocked up so then I couldn't do it.”
“I'm not sure when but when a new record comes - when I write a new record - then absolutely, yeah I can't wait.”
Adele, 24, stepped out into the spotlight on Sunday to attend the Golden Globes in Los Angeles, the first time she had attended a major event since the birth of her son in October.
The wait was all worth it though because Adele scooped the Best Original Song award for her James Bond theme track, 'Skyfall.' While she is one of the most successful female singers ever, Adele was still shocked to win the coveted award.
“This is weird and special because it's not my field. Meryl Streep has these, Julianne Moore has these...I have one now!,” Adele said. Yes, Adele! Get back on the road!
Listen to 'Skyfall' below...