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10 February 2012, 17:40 | Updated: 10 February 2012, 17:47
'21' star sings a-capella version of 'Rolling In The Deep' on US TV show.
Adele has sung live for the first time since undergoing throat surgery last November.
The '21' singer had microsurgery to stop bleeding from a benign polyp on her vocal chord, which had forced her to cancel tours in the UK and US towards the end of the year.
Adele will make her full live comeback at the Grammy Awards on Sunday (12th February), but has given fans a sneak peak of her post-surgery voice during an interview with 60 Seconds.
In the clip, which you can watch below, Adele sings an a-cappella version of 'Rolling In The Deep' at the request of host Anderson Cooper.
During the interview Adele admitted she struggled to stop talking during the initial recovery period from surgery, but was helped by an iPhone app.
"[Not speaking] was really hard," she said. "I love talking."
As well as performing at the Grammy Awards, Adele will also perform live at the BRIT Awards in London later this month.
Watch Adele performing 'Rolling In The Deep' below: