WATCH: Adele Returns To Stage With Stunning 'Skyfall' Performance At Oscars

25 February 2013

Adele made her return to the stage since becoming a mother at the 2013 Oscars last night, marking her first live performance since giving birth to her son in October.

The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer was accompanied by a live orchestra as she belted out the James Bond ballad, not long after winning the Best Original Song award for the theme track which was co-written and produced by Paul Epworth, who also worked on her best-selling album, '21'.

WATCH: Adele Returns To Stage With Stunning 'Skyfall' Performance At Oscars
WATCH: Adele Returns To Stage With Stunning 'Skyfall' Performance At Oscars

Adele gave her first live performance in months at the Oscars (WENN)

Note-perfect and spine-tingling as always, there were no signs during Adele's performance that she hasn't performed in front of a live audience for several months, taking time off last summer as she prepared to give birth to her son, believed to be named Angelo.

During her acceptance speech, Adele, 24, choked back tears as she revealed how she would be celebrating her Oscar win: “One glass of champagne and I'm gone,” she joked before thanking Epworth for “believing in me all the time” while also paying tribute to her boyfriend Simon Konecki describing him as “my man.”

“Thank you so much, this is amazing,” Adele added.

Watch her performance of 'Skyfall' below...

Check out the stars on the red carpet for the 2013 Oscars

Kanye West Blasts Taylor Swift For Beating Beyonce To MTV VMA At London Concert
PHOTOS: Heidi Klum's Eye
Justin Bieber Gives 'New British Girlfriend' EllaPaige The VIP Treatment To Woo Her

What to read next

11 Weird Hotels You Never Knew Existed

These are weirdest and coolest hotels on the planet where you would like to stay once in a lifetime.

New Looks For Summer - Available Now At Levi's®

Get 20% off all orders of $100+ and free shipping. Use code: SAVE20 at checkout. Shop this deal exclusively at

New Solar Rebates Throw Power Company A Curveball

Why is no one telling homeowners about this? If you own a home and pay more then $19/month for power, you better read this.