If you’re an Adele die-hard, here’s some great news coming your way. The “Someone Like You” singer dropped the news amid a wedding she officiated over the weekend.

“Expect my album in September,” said the 31-year-old in the middle of the evening. Adele, who was helming some real duties at friend Laura Dockrill and former Maccabees member Hugo White, treated guests to a surprise set post the ceremony— and amped up a volley of tracks like Rolling in the Deep,” along with covers like the Spice Girls’ “Spice Up Your Life,” Candi Staton’s “Young Hearts Run Free” and Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love”. and the like.

While the British singer hasn’t divulged much about the album which is slated to drop this year and even her spokesperson has been mum about the whole reveal. Despite the ambiguity at present, it is very likely that 2020 will see a release by Adele. She made a mention of it on social media on her 31st birthday back in May. “30 tried me so hard but I’m owning it and trying my hardest to lean into it all,” said Adele. “For the first time in a decade I’m ready to feel the world around me and lookup for once,” she continued, before adding jokingly, “’30’ will be a drum n bass record to spite you. Chin up, eh.”

Fans also speculated that the singer was referencing to her failed marriage with Simon Konecki, with whom she co-parents her son. The split was confirmed by Adele’s team that requested fans and the media to grant the couple privacy. And, the announcement ended at that.

Manager Jonathan Dickins dropped major hints last month, fuelling her big reveal. He categorically mentioned to a media outlet that “the follow-up to “25” will be coming this year, and the sooner (it comes) the better.”

Whilst speculations about her impending album are rife; grapevine has it that something is brewing between Adele and Harry Styles. Just for the record, fans went into a tizzy when the two were spotted ushering in the New Year by holidaying in Anguilla. Watch this space for more, as we dig deeper!

British singer and songwriter Adele accepts the award for best British female solo artist at the BRIT Awards at the O2 arena in London, Britain February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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