Adele is reportedly in talks to sign a $40 million deal for a two-year residency in Las Vegas.
The singer has been exceptionally quiet on the music front since she released her critically acclaimed second album, 21, back in 2011 - most likely due in no small part to the birth of her son in 2012.
Last year, on her 26th birthday, Adele seemed to hint that a new album, named 25, would be materialising later in the year. Disappointingly for fans, it never did.
The latest rumour to emerge comes from In Touch Weekly, who report that the singer will follow in the footsteps of the likes of Britney Spears, Mariah Carey and J-Lo and sign up to a two-year residency to sing in one of Vegas' hotels.
This format might suit Adele better than fewer shows at a larger venue - something she has categorically ruled out in the past, telling Q: "The thought of an audience that big frightens the life out of me... I'd rather do 12 years at the Barfly than one night at the O2."
As for Adele's long anticipated third album - if it does ever happen, it won't be until at least September.