Here's why fans think new Adele music is on the way

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Photo credit: Adele - Instagram
Photo credit: Adele - Instagram

It's not uncommon for fan theories to spread like mad on social media. From what's going to happen in You season three, to this Finding Nemo theory that hit us right. in. the. feels. But, one fan theory that has got us pretty excited is all to do with Adele's much-anticipated fourth album.

After billboards with the number "30" on them started to appear across the world (including Beijing, Dubai, Stockholm, New York, London, Dublin, Milan and Toronto to name a few), fans took to social media to share their suspicion that this is proof Adele's fourth album is on the way.

As we all know, her previous albums have been titled "19", "21" and "25" – representing the age she was when she started working on them. And, given that the singer is currently 33-years-old, it wouldn't be out of the question that her next album is titled "30."

Taking to Twitter, one fan account said "Something is happening #30," while someone else tweeted "Could these “30” billboards mean @Adele’s return is imminent? She hinted her new album might have that title back in 2019 #adele30."

A third person said "Can someone please tell me this is #Adele ?! #30," with another fan tweeting "The whole world said 30."

Adele has remained relatively quiet on the topic, and has kept herself somewhat out of the spotlight recently. In October last year, she presented an episode of Saturday Night Live, and afterwards shared a post to Instagram which said: "I’m going back to my cave now to be the (single) cat lady that I am! Peace out 'til next year."

Perhaps that was a hint that 2021 would be the year of her comeback? Time will tell, we guess...

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