Adele will make her UK live comeback at the 2012 Brit Awards ceremony, it was announced at the nominations bash in London on Thursday (12 January 2012). The London-born songstress dominated charts both in the UK and across the Atlantic in 2011, though her year was blighted by an on-going vocal chord problem.
Adele, 23, was forced to scrap 10 scheduled dates in North America and 6 shows in the UK in order to stop bleeding from a benign polyp on her vocal chords. However, her recovery has gone to plan and she is heavily tipped to sing at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on February 12. After that, she will take to the stage at the Brit Awards - the scene of her memorable rendition of Someone Like You in 2011, which kicked off her phenomenal year. Also playing live at the ceremony, which takes place at London's O2 Arena, will be Coldplay, Rihanna, Bruno Mars, Noel Gallagher and Ed Sheeran - who scooped four nominations including Best British Album.
Adele is up for three gongs at the event, and is heavily tipped to win Album of the Year for her record-breaking. Reacting to her multiple nominations, the singer tweeted, "F*cking happy, thank you for the nods x".