Adele sparked a bidding war among television producers after she revealed that she is willing to appear in a Beyonce-style documentary, according to SugarScape.
At a post-Academy Awards press conference, soon after the United Kingdom native won her first Oscar for Best Original Song, she admitted to the press she could be persuaded to record a "HBO special like Beyonce."
The Skyfall singer keeps her personal life relatively private and when she performed at the Oscars on Sunday it was a return for her after a long hiatus in which she gave birth to a son with her boyfriend Simon Konecki. Adele also does not grant many interviews so the admittance about her willing to star in her own television documentary got TV executives very excited.
"As soon as Adele said she could be interested in a show, TV producers were compiling suggestions. This will be a major coup for anyone to get," a source told the U.K. publication Mirror. "Adele hasn't done any major interviews for a long time. She has never spoken in depth about her relationship with partner Simon Konecki or the birth of her son Angelo."
The documentary would give a close look into the life of the Grammy, BRIT and Oscar- winner never before seen by the public.
Adele performed the James Bond theme song Skyfall for the first time in front of a live audience at the Academy Awards on Sunday. When she went on stage to accept her Oscar for Best Original Song, she called the award "amazing" and before tearing up said, "and my man, I love you baby." The 24-year-old already won a Grammy Award, Golden Globe, a Critics Choice Award and a BRIT Award for the song earlier in the year. She is also a nine-time Grammy winner.
During rehearsals for her Oscar performance, Adele made another nod to Beyonce when she said, "I feel like Beyonce. I'm really excited. Rehearsals have gone well."