The Grammy winner lets it slip during a TV interview with Jonathan Ross that she has been approached to do a 'theme'.
There's a big possibility that Adele would sing the theme of new "James Bond" movie. While appearing as guest on Jonathan Ross' talk show, the British singer hinted that she is working on "a theme" next.
Ross asked about the follow-up of "21" and Adele replied, "I'm going back in the studio in November. Fingers crossed." The host dug in further about what she's preparing. "Well, this is actually a theme, what I've got to do. Wow, that's really giving something away," the Grammy-winning singer said.
Ross then asked, "A theme?" and hummed the previous "James Bond" theme tune. Adele blushed and covered her mouth before saying, "No, it's a concept."
A source confirmed to The Sun that Adele is indeed doing the song. "Adele has been approached to record title tracks. None have taken her fancy but when you look back at the iconic singers who have done Bond she's be in prestigious company," the source said.
"Bond 23" itself is expected to start production later this year in India for fall 2012 release.