'Adele: Live in New York City' Is Coming Back To Television & It's Going To Be Twice As Amazing As The First Time

Time to get excited, Adele fans, because Adele: Live in New York City is being re-aired on NBC on May 6, just in time for your spring social season. And this time the special is going to be bigger and better than before. When I say bigger and better, I mean almost twice as big and almost twice as good, because five new songs will be added to the broadcast. Five songs that were previously cut from the initial airing because of time constraints will be making an appearance in this second broadcast. So what are the songs that will be included in this awesome extended version of Adele’s stunning concert special?

Well, they just happen to be some of her greatest. Making the list of songs to be added in to the extended version of the special are, “One and Only,” “Water Under the Bridge,” “Hometown Glory,” “Chasing Pavements” and “Daydreamer.” In other words, all of the songs that made you fall in love with Adele in the first place. The fact that fans are going to get nearly twice as much Adele for their viewing pleasure makes this re-airing news even sweeter.

Adele’s initial performance was recorded in November in front of a live audience at New York City’s famed Radio City Music Hall and broke the record for the most-watched concert special when it aired in December with a staggering 11.2 million viewers watching around the world. And you know I was one of those 11 million, watching from my living room, pretending that the entire thing was like one generous gift from Adele herself.

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In her original performance, the artist spoke openly about her new music, her husband, and dropped a number of perfectly placed f-bombs. But because this re-airing will include previously never-before-seen songs and footage, there’s bound to be way more of the Adele you know and love. Especially since The New York Post reported that many of her lighter moments were cut in order to fit everything in. Seriously, nobody cracks a joke better than Adele in the middle of her performances. That’s what I’m the most excited to see in this new extended version of the special, and that's what every fan should be looking forward to.