Fresh off the massive release of her much-anticipated album 30, you can see Adele perform fresh tunes and old favourites with this one-off special filmed at the famous London Palladium. To make sure you have the best seat in the house, follow our guide to watch An Audience With Adele online from anywhere in the world on catch-up and absolutely free.
It was an evening of soaring vocals and Adele's winning humour, as she dazzled an audience jam-packed with friends, family, celebrities and an adoring public.
After a six-year wait, the unexpected release of the single Easy On Me broke streaming records with 24 million listens in a single week. 30 will inevitably prove equally as popular, but this is a fantastic chance to see the global megastar perform many of the songs for the first time.
You can also expect to see some familiar faces in the audience, with the likes of actress Emma Watson, hip-hop star Stormzy, comedian Alan Carr and Hollywood royalty Samuel L. Jackson all in attendance at the show.
“As one of the world’s most in-demand stars, we are beyond thrilled to bring this one-off night to ITV," said Katie Rawcliffe, Head of Entertainment Commissioning ITV, "Adele is a remarkable artist and this will be a very special event.”
So prepare to say hello and roll in the deep - here's where to watch An Audience With Adele online from absolutely anywhere in the world.
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How to watch An Audience With Adele for free in the UK
Adele fans in the UK are the luckiest in the world, as this show is exclusive for viewers in her home country to stream.
To watch An Audience With Adele online you can access the ITV Hub on a number of devices, including via the web on desktop, as well as on its dedicated Android and iOS apps.
Media streamers such as Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku players also have ITV Hub apps, as well as Apple TV and Now TV sticks. You can also stream on Xbox One/S and Nvidia Shield.
How to watch An Audience With Adele online from anywhere in the world
If you're abroad, you won't be able to stream An Audience With Adele as you'll find that the ITV stream is geo-blocked.
If that sounds like someone like you, don't be disheartened, you can get around those restrictions by using a VPN. It means you can fool your laptop, mobile or streaming device into thinking it's somewhere entirely different and also encrypts your browsing.
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3. Go to the broadcaster's stream - head to the ITV Hub or app and watch An Audience With Adele as if you were back at home
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