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24 November 2011, 08:01 | Updated: 24 November 2011, 08:19
The 'Set Fire To The Rain' singer has been tipped for her first live performance since having surgery to repair her vocal chords.
Adele is reportedly still scheduled to perform on The X Factor live final next month despite her recent throat surgery.
The 'Someone Like You' singer was one of boss Simon Cowell's first choices to perform at the Wembley Arena event, and is said to be resting up so she is able to honour the booking.
"Her management said this week she is still planning to make it," a source told The Sun. "It's amazing news for fans and viewers."
Adele underwent laser microsurgery earlier this month to repair damage to her vocal chords, but posted a blog update last week claiming the operation was a success and she is "on the mend".
The '21' singer is expected to perform alongside one of the three finalists, while Coldplay and Michael Buble have also been tipped to appear.
Earlier this week Adele released a preview from her upcoming live DVD 'Live At The Royal Albert Hall' featuring a performance of her hit 'Turning Tables'.
The 'Set Fire To The Rain' singer scored three awards at the American Music Awards 2011 on Sunday (20th November) where she walked away with prizes for Favourite Female Artist in Pop/Rock, Favourite Album in Pop/Rock for '21' and Favourite Artist in Adult Contemporary.
The X Factor live final is due to air on ITV1 on 11th December.