Singer Adele performs onstage during the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on August 28, 2011 in Los Ang
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Last Friday (Oct. 23), Adele made her triumphant return with "Hello," the lead single from her new 25 album; in a little less than a week, the song and video have both broken (or are about to break) records, and 25 is primed to do the same. Tomorrow, we may get another Adele bombshell: an official tour announcement.

A source tells Fuse that Adele will officially announce her live return on Friday (Oct. 30) with her first set of international tour dates. The source adds that the initial announcement will likely cover a run of U.K. and Europe shows, ahead of the all-too-likely forthcoming North American tour.

A rep for Adele declined to comment when asked about the possible tour announcement. Even if the timing of the announcement is off, Adele tour rumors are swirling--earlier this week, the NY Post reported that Adele's WME representatives have pitched Apple on a jaw-dropping $30 million tour sponsorship. 

Adele's 25 album is due out Nov. 20, and could very easily clear 1 million sales in its first week. The day after the album's release, the U.K. superstar will perform on Saturday Night Live.