Adele may still be keeping schtum about her pregnancy but the singer has finally confirmed that she has recorded the theme to the new James Bond film 'Skyfall'.
We knew it!
The 'Someone Like You' singer took to Twitter to reveal the news, posting a picture of what looked like the front cover of a set of sheet music.
The picture lists Adele and Paul Epworth as the composers of the song.
Expect big things from the track as Paul worked alongside Adele on single 'Rolling in the Deep'.
Speculation surrounding the singer's involvement in the Bond theme spread like wildfire last year following Adele's accidental almost admission during her appearance on 'The Jonathan Ross Show'.
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The singer told Jonathan:"I'm going back in the studio in November, fingers crossed."
"Well this is actually a theme, what I've got to do for, um… Wow. That's really giving something away isn't it?"
So basically, we've known all along.
One Republic singer Ryan Tedder recently deleted a tweet after hearing the song, claiming it was Oscar worthy material.
He wrote: "I've heard it. Best Bond song in my lifetime. Hands down - hats off once again to Paul Epworth and Adele. Hope they win Oscar."
High Praise indeed.
Adele has recently shied away from the limelight following the announcement of her first pregnancy with boyfriend Simon Konecki in June this year.
The singer was recently pictured out and about looking ready to pop but has still yet to confirm when her due date is.