Adele is coming to the Golden Globes

Last updated 05:00 11/01/2013
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SHE'S BACK: The Golden Globes will be Adele's first performance since giving birth.

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Adele is coming to the Golden Globes.

The executive producer of the show says the 24-year-old Grammy-winning pop star is set to make her first post-baby appearance at Sunday's ceremony (Monday afternoon NZT), where she is nominated for original song for the James Bond theme Skyfall.

Adele welcomed her first child, with boyfriend Simon Konecki, in October. The singer has kept a low profile since announcing her pregnancy in June after sweeping the Grammy Awards last February with six wins.

Her single, Skyfall, will compete at the Golden Globes with Taylor Swift's song from The Hunger Games, Jon Bon Jovi's number from Stand Up Guys, Keith Urban's track from Act of Valor, and Suddenly from Les Miserables.

The British singer will find herself mingling with some of Hollywood's biggest movie and TV stars on January 13, including Golden Globe presenters George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez and Meryl Streep, and nominees such as Jon Hamm, Ben Affleck, Daniel Day-Lewis, Helen Mirren, Leonardo DiCaprio, Anne Hathaway and Kevin Costner.

The countdown to the red carpet starts on 11am on Monday on E! followed by the red carpet coverage from midday to 2pm. The Golden Globes Awards will be screened on Vive from 2pm to 5pm.

If you're stuck at work, you can follow Stuff's TV blogger Chris Philpott and Blog Idle's Moata Tamaira who will be live-blogging here on Monday from midday!

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