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Adele to Perform on 'SNL' with Matthew McConaughey One Day After '25' Release Date

by Carolyn Menyes   Oct 26, 2015 12:38 PM EDT

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Adele isn't just coming for the top of the charts, she's coming for your television too. Less than a week after announcing her new album 25 and dropping her stunning single "Hello," music's golden girl has been revealed as the latest musical guest to grace the Saturday Night Live stage.

SNL announced that Adele will be performing on its legendary stage on the Nov. 21 episode, with host Matthew McConaughey. Her performance will be just one day after her third studio album drops.

For those who follow music industry rumors, Adele's upcoming appearance on Saturday Night Live should come as no surprise. She's rumored to have an exclusive network TV deal with NBC, which will include four exclusive performances. In addition to SNL, she's reportedly set to appear on The Today Show and possibly The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. She's also allegedly working on a one-hour primetime special surrounding the release of 25.

Adele is also a familiar face on the SNL stage. She previously appeared on the show during its 24th season. In support of her debut album 19, Adele appeared alongside host Josh Brolin in 2008.

Adele will be the sixth musical guest on SNL's 41st season, which debuted on Oct. 3 with host and musical guest Miley Cyrus. The Weeknd and Demi Lovato have also already performed this year on the sketch comedy show. Other upcoming musical guests include Sia on Nov. 7 and Disclosure with Lorde and Sam Smith on Nov. 14.

She will appear on SNL following the Nov. 20 release of 25, which is currently being led by the single "Hello."

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