Adele has surprised fans by adding two new dates to her sold-out world tour at London's Wembley Stadium in summer 2017.
The singer, 28, announced the additions in a fun video posted online, in which she sang the words "she's coming home" to the tune of football anthem Three Lions.
She said: "She's coming home. That's right, I'm doing two nights at Wembley Stadium, see you later!"
Adele will perform at the stadium - which has a capacity of 90,000 - on June 29 and July 1 in the shows, called The Finale.
Tickets for the Wembley dates will go on sale next week, and fans have been invited to join the star's official website for advance access for the long-running world tour's finale shows.
Admirers of the multi award-winning singer have expressed their delight at the news on Twitter.
One fan wrote: "Adele at Wembley... I literally can't contain myself right now!"
Another added: "Omg Adele's doing two Wembley stadium shows next year... catch me in that crowd."
Earlier this week, Adele concluded the North American leg of her current world tour, which saw her play over 100 dates this year.
She will continue the tour in February through until March for eight additional dates in Australia and New Zealand.
Adele's 2016 tour - which supports her third album, 25 - marked the first time she had toured in four years.
At her gig on Monday in Phoenix, Arizona, Adele hinted to the crowd that she intends to expand her family with partner Simon Konecki, with whom she has four-year-old son Angelo.
She was caught on video saying: "I'm going to have another baby."