After patiently waiting a whole four years to hear Adele's new album, you'd think everyone could wait just a mere three days longer, right?
Wrong! Although there are now less than 72 hours to go before we get to ride the emotional roller-coaster that is 25, some fairly impatient person has whacked the songs online.
So far, Adele has only shared the tracks 'Hello' and 'When We Were Young' with the public, and revealed in a Radio 1 interview that she wants to "surprise people" with the album.
However, on Tuesday night (17 November), one Twitter user over in the US claimed they had managed to get their hands on a copy from Target, however the store have denied releasing the album early.
Just copped that new Adele album at Target retweet if you want me to leak it pic.twitter.com/XOx1wabxcA— Florence Welch (@HausofFrancis) November 17, 2015
Other Twitter users then began sharing a link to a full audio of the album, and The Sun has also reported that a store in London released two minute segments of all 11 songs online, though it has since removed them from its website.
Adele's album release will coincide with a BBC music special hosted by Graham Norton on Friday 20 November, during which she will talk about her career and most probably reduce us all to emotional, heartbroken wrecks. Bring it on!
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