Oprah is saying “hello” to Adele in a two-hour TV special set to air on CBS this coming Sunday.
“Adele One Night Only” will see the 15-time Grammy winner speak candidly with the talk show queen about diets, dating and divorce.
The program will also feature the British songstress performing tracks from her highly-anticipated album “30” — set for release on Nov. 19.
The Post obtained a preview of the CBS special, with Adele sitting down in a rose garden with Oprah as she opens up about the inspiration behind her hit song “Hello.”
“The song was the beginning of me trying to find myself,” Adele, 33, tells Oprah, 67, about the single, which she penned back in 2015.
The crooner is clad in a white pantsuit for the chat, co-ordinating with Oprah, who wears a cream-colored blazer and beige pants.
The interview’s outdoor setting is sure to trigger memories of Oprah’s scandalous sit-down with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which aired back in March and brought in 17 million viewers.
But it doesn’t look like Lady O will give Adele a grilling, with the preview showing she “goes easy” on the singer.
Oprah humorously asks Adele why she always starts her concerts with “Hello.”
“I’m always going to have to start with ‘Hello.’ It’d be a bit weird if that song was halfway through a set,” the singer says with a laugh.
The CBS special will also feature Adele performing a mini-concert at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.
The singer recently recorded the concert, and sang four new songs from “30.” The CBS special will be the first time viewers have a chance to hear the tracks, given that the new album won’t be released until after the program airs.
A second preview of the TV event reveals that James Corden and Lizzo were both in attendance at the mini-concert, listening in awe as Adele performed her new hits.
But fans of the Brit’s older music won’t be disappointed, with the special also set to feature the star performing six of her most beloved tracks, including “Rolling In The Deep,” “Skyfall,” and “Someone Like You.”
The two-hour TV event airs Sunday, Nov. 14 at 8:30 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT.