It looks as though Adele will join the ranks of Madonna, Tom Jones, Paul McCartney and Tina Turner by becoming the next recording artist to have sung in a James Bond movie theme.
The rumor mill has been spinning out-of-control while speculating the Set Fire to the Rain singer would be lend her vocals to the 23nd 007 film, Skyfall.
Adele’s recent success due to her debut album 21 being the longest-running number one album ever by a female artist -- including the 24-year-old's soulful voice, which is consistent with 007 theme singers of the past such as Shirley Bassey and Carly Simon -- make her a perfect fit for the next James Bond installement.
Last year, Adele let the cat of the bag when the Grammy-winning artist said on The Jonathan Ross Show in April 2011: “I’m going back in the studio in November… well, this is actually a theme -- what I’ve got to do for, um…”
The Someone Like You songstress having realized what just came out of her mouth, stopped herself by saying, “Wow. That was really giving something away.” (Watch for yourself in the interview below.)
Staying on top of it, Ross followed up by humming the familiar “dum-da-da-bums” of the Bonds score, creating a very loud and nervous from the songbird.
Even though the film will be released in theatres on Oct. 23, there has still been no official announcement as to who’s lending their voice to the 007 theme.
There has also been sightings of Adele visiting the famous Abbey Road Studios in August, which coincidentally happens to be where Skyfall’s composer, Thomas Newman, is creating the film’s soundtrack.
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