Adele to make her live comeback at Grammys after surgery lay-off
ADELE will make her live comeback at the Grammys next month and said she "can't wait" to perform at the awards ceremony.
The singer is also due to perform at the Brit Awards a week later, three months after surgery to cure a voice-threatening condition.
The Someone Like You star told fans on Twitter: "Ima be, Ima be singing at the Grammys. It's been so long I started to forget I was a singer! I can't wait, speak soon xx."
She underwent an operation in the US in early November after being diagnosed with a vocal cord haemorrhage, which could have wrecked her singing voice forever.
The record-breaking star - who sold 3.7 million copies of her album 21 last year - was forced to cancel a string of live shows due to her throat problems.
She had complained earlier of her voice just "switching off", a problem which caused concern for many months.
She is among the nominees for the Grammy Awards, in Los Angeles on Sunday February 12, where she is in the running for six prizes.