Adele wants to follow in Beyonce's footsteps by making a TV documentary to get herself one step closer to winning all four of Hollywood's top prizes.
The singer is aiming for the Hollywood quadruple honour, known as the EGOT, by winning trophies at the industry's four top prizegivings - the Emmy Awards, the Grammys, the Oscars and the Tonys.
She already has nine Grammy Awards, and won her first Oscar, for Bond theme tune Skyfall, on Sunday night, and now she is hatching plans to film a Beyonce-style TV tell-all to land her on the road to an Emmy.
Adele says, "The next step is the EGOT so I have got to go to Broadway and have a TV show. I am going to do a Whoopi (Goldberg, previous EGOT winner). Maybe I'll do an HBO special like Beyonce did. And then a Tony... Maybe one day someone might want me to do a musical."
Beyonce's self-directed TV documentary, Life Is But a Dream, aired on America's HBO network earlier this month.
Previous recipients of the EGOT include Whoopi Goldberg, Liza Minnelli and Barbra Streisand.