Adele Surprises Fans With Live Performance of Emotional New Song ‘To Be Loved’ From Her Living Room

Adele took to social media to share a new live video of herself belting out the lyrics to her new song 'To Be Loved' from her upcoming album '30' with her incredible vocals and soft piano in the background.

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Adele, 33, had fans in awe on Nov. 17 when she surprised them with an amazing rendition of her new song “To Be Loved” in a live video on Twitter. The singer let out powerful and smooth vocals as she sat down in what appeared to be her living room and a piano played in the background, in the clip. She wore an all black outfit and had her hair pulled back as she closed her eyes and brought the melancholy tune to life.

“To Be Loved,” she simply captioned the video once she shared it to her page. Her fans were quick to respond with kind words and revealed how the performance affected them.

“You are one of the greatest vocalists that has ever lived, you just sang this so effortlessly. The way you put all of your emotions in every single word. I’m crying my eyes out right now, the lyrics are so incredibly beautiful and sad, thank you for being this amazing artist,” one fan wrote.

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Adele during a previous performance. (Shutterstock)

“What you do, what you sing, how you sing and what you write is just another level. No one can be compared to you. You’re absolutely UNIQUE,” another wrote.

“To Be Loved” is one of 12 new songs featured on Adele’s new album 30, which is set to be released on Nov. 19. There are also three additional new tracks included on the Target version, and since the release comes six years after her last album, 25, fans have been highly anticipating the what’s sure to be great record.

Before Adele’s latest epic performance, she wowed fans when she sat down with Oprah Winfrey for an in-depth and honest interview about her life and music in a new special that aired last week. She also gave a memorable performance to an enthusiastic crowd at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles in the special and other celebs like Selena Gomez, Leonardo DiCaprioLizzo, Tyler Perry, James Corden, Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade could be seen singing along.

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