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12 January 2012, 20:13
The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer is performing alongside Rihanna, Bruno Mars And Ed Sheeran at next months BRITs.
Adele will make her live British comeback at the BRIT Awards 2012 in London next month.
The 'Set Fire To The Rain' singer has been confirmed by organisers to be performing on the night at the O2 Arena and will be joining the likes of Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Coldplay on stage.
Organisers at the 54th Grammy Awards recently expressed their desire to get the British artist to open their ceremony which would mean her live comeback would be on the 12th February.
However, as she is yet to confirm an appearance the singer could use the British awards ceremony to make her return to the limelight.
The singer was the stand out performer at last year's ceremony with her rendition of her hit single 'Someone Like You'.
Adele has been nominated for a total of three awards on the night including Album Of The Year for '21' which will see her going up against the likes of Ed Sheeran and Coldplay.
Elsewhere, Rihanna and Coldplay could be likely to join forces on stage after both artists were also confirmed to be performing on the night.
Britpop stars Blur will also take to the stage for the first time in three years as they are set to pick up the Outstanding Contribution To Music Award.
Voting for all of the categories at this year's BRIT Awards has now opened, including the British Single award, which is voted for by listeners of Capital FM.
Each listener who casts a vote for British Single will be entered into a competition to win a pair of tickets to this year's ceremony.
Find out more details, including the latest news, photos and interviews, about this year's ceremony, as well as a round-up of all the nominees, in our BRIT Awards area.
The ceremony for this year's BRIT Awards will take place at London's O2 Arena on 21st February.
The full list of confirmed performers at the 2012 BRITs are as follows:
Florence + The Machine
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds