ADELE'S new album is "amazing" and coming soon, according to her best mate Alan Carr.
The comedian, 44, revealed he has listened to the new tracks ahead of its rumoured release in February.
Alan said listening to the new tracks felt like listening to the voice of an "old friend" and that there's "only one Adele".
Speaking with Michelle Visage for Grazia, the Chatty Man star said: "I've actually heard some tracks on it.
"Oh my god, it's so amazing. So amazing. The thing is, can I just say this, I remember they change all the time because they're really rough things.
"Everyone's like, 'What's it like? What's it like?' But I said to her, I said, 'That voice is like an old friend.'
"Because there are some people in the charts who sound a bit like Adele and you think, 'Oh they sound like Adele' and then when you hear Adele's voice again you go, 'Oh no, there's only one. There's only one Adele."
RuPaul's Drag Race UK star Michelle asked: "Alan her voice hasn't gone skinny has it?"
Alan reassured her: "No, no, no she's still got a chunky but funky voice don't worry!"
Adele and Alan have been best friends for years – with the singer even paying for all of his wedding.
The South London artist became an international smash hit with her albums 19, 21 and 25.
Her latest album, 25, sold 22 million copies across the globe.
The Sun revealed last month that Adele had teamed up with ex-Pearl Jam drummer Matt Chamberlain for her highly anticipated fourth album.
Matt, who has been playing drums on recordings for her upcoming album, revealed that he had teamed up with her last week — and teased how the songs gave him “chills”.
He explained: “I just got to work on some new music for Adele and to hear that voice in my headphones was giving me chills. It was just so powerful and emotive.
“You know her voice, but to be across the room from somebody doing that, it’s just insane.
"You hear it on the radio and whatever and you go, ‘Yeah it’s really good’, but to be in the room with these people and feel that energy, it’s just so heavy.”
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