Ahead of her new album '30' launching in November, the 33-year-old (who has reduced us all to tears through her music at some point), will be apearing on a special with the renowned talk show host.

Adele is to appear as the latest Oprah interviewee, who is expected to spill her guts during a two-hour special for CBS.

Set to take place on November 14, the pop star will chat openly with the host about her music career, her divorce, her children and much more. More excitingly for fans, she will also be performing a selection of her newest material live during the interview, gifting her Daydreamers a first listen to tracks from '30' five days before it releases.

Entitled 'Adele One Night Only', the Grammy and Brit Award winner will also perform some of her older material such as 'Hello' from her album '25' and 'Skyfall', which was the James Bond theme song for the blockbuster film of the same name.

According to Variety, the Adele special with Oprah will have a similar set-up to the talk show host's interview with Harry and Meghan earlier this year, and will take place outside in her neighbour's gleaming rose garden.

As of yet, there has been no announcement of which (if any) TV channels will cover the interview in Ireland and the UK. For 'Oprah With Harry And Meghan', both ITV and RTÉ carried the special. The episode was RTÉ 2's most-watched programme of the year.

Last Friday, Adele released 'Easy On Me' as the first track from her forthcoming album; the social media reaction to the release was overwhelming, to say the least. So far, the music video has racked up over 79 million views on YouTube after four days, while the single has over 52 million listens on Spotify.

Adele's fourth album '30' will be released on Friday, November 19. The album will consist of 12 songs in total, with 'Easy On Me' listed as the second track on the record.