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Adele teases there is ‘so much’ coming in 2022

Adele released her fourth studio album, 30, in November of 2021 (Yui Mok/PA)
Adele released her fourth studio album, 30, in November of 2021 (Yui Mok/PA)

Adele has teased fans by announcing that there is “so much coming” in 2022, including a music video for Oh My God.

The musician, 33, released her highly anticipated fourth studio album, 30, in November of 2021, which topped the UK charts.

The album included singles Easy On Me and Oh My God.

In a Twitter post, Adele wrote: “Rested and Re-Set! Feeling ready for 2022, there’s so much coming, I’m excited for you all to see it.”

A 15-second clip shows Adele standing in a dark room, with a ring light behind her.

The words “Oh My God January 12 5PM UK” also appear on screen.

Oh My God reached the top five in the UK and the United States, and the top 10 in Canada, Australia and South Africa.

Adele has performed her new music in televised shows on both sides of the Atlantic, but made headlines when she reunited with a childhood teacher during her ITV concert at the London Palladium.

Asked by Nanny McPhee actress Dame Emma Thompson if she was ever inspired by anyone when she was younger, the Chasing Pavements singer replied with the name of her old English teacher, Ms McDonald, because she “was cool and so relatable and likeable”.

Adele was then surprised to be reunited with her teacher, who joined her on stage and told her: “I am so proud of you.”

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