Adele She showed her American accent in a teaser video as she prepares to host Saturday Night Live.

The singer, 32, is making her debut on the US drawing show tonight and auditioning for her American draw in a promotional clip.

In the teaser, Adele is seen alongside SNL member Kate McKinnon and HER musician talk about the upcoming show.

Kate tried using the English accent and Adele went better by responding in the perfect American soft voice saying, “Oh my God! Don’t worry, my friend!”

The Grammy Award-winning singer wore a sparkling satin blouse and black pants that showed off her skinny figure and wore a mask for the promo, which is all about the confusion about her singing and not Adele.

Adele is hosting Saturday Night Live tonight

It starts with the London-born singer saying, “Hey! I’m Adele, and I’m hosting Saturday Night Live this week with guest musician HER”

Then MacKinnon asks, “Wait, he or she?” It refers first to HER, then to Adele.

Adele adds, “No, she,” referring to the host of the show, who replied, “Oh, wait, she?” And points to MacKinnon.

Then the comedian said, “Yes, I’m going to be a musical guest this week.”

Adele with SNL cast member Kate McKinnon and musician HER

When advertising it appears on InstagramThe top singer wrote, “Bloody Hillel, I’m so excited about this !! Also so terrified!

“My first hosting gig and SNL of all things !!!!”

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At the time, she said there would be no singing performance from her because she wanted to focus on hosting.

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Adele continued, “I always wanted to do it as a moment in itself, so I could roll up my arm and throw myself in completely, but the time was never right.”

“But if there is any time for any of us to jump upside down first to the deep end with our eyes closed and hope for the best then it’s 2020, right?”

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