Adele is about to make her new album just a little more "special."
According to a report, the Grammy winner is planning to support her forthcoming new album by plotting a concert special that will air on TV in December, Page Six reported.
"It's going to be massive," a source teased. "The show has been in the works for weeks, and the details are being fine-tuned now. It will be broadcast before the holidays."
The alleged special would air in the United States and United Kingdom.
"Adele is delighted to get back out there and start performing again," a second source told the New York Post. "She'll be doing a mix of new and old songs to highlight her sensational catalog of music."
On Oct. 14, the songstress released "Easy On You," her first song in six years. Her much-anticipated album, "30," is set to drop on Nov. 19.
The speculation pertaining to a TV special isn't new. Last month, Internet sleuths noticed that AMC in America has a live Adele concert slated for Dec. 10 called "Adele: Live from Las Vegas." Adele, of course, has been linked to a Las Vegas residency, as well.
Adele has done specials tied to her albums before. In 2015 she promoted "25" with an NBC concert that took place at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
During an Instagram Live last weekend, the singer gave a sneak peek of "Easy On Me" and told a fan that her album was about "divorce."
On her social media on Oct. 13, she referenced her split from Simon Konecki, with whom she shares 8-year-old son Angelo.
"I've painstakingly rebuilt my house and my heart since then and this album narrates it," she said in a statement. "Home is where the heart is."