Nothing cures a broken heart like a block of chocolate, a good talking-to by your mate and belting out a banger by Adele.
News of her first ever Australian tour has hit us like we’ve been given 10 minutes in one of those boxes where cash flies around and you just have to catch it.
The 28-year-old made the announcement on Twitter in a letter that riffed off her hit song “Hello”.
“G’day, it’s me,” she wrote.
“I was wondering if after 10 years in the game you’d finally like to meet me in Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide. Yep! I am coming Down Under.”
The singer went on to share how the concerts would see her performing “in the round, outdoors and upgrading myself to stadiums to see as many of you [fans] as possible.”
The 2017 tour is said to kick off in Perth on February 28 before heading to Sydney then Brisbane then Adelaide before ending in Melbourne.
Tickets go on sale next week on November 21 at 12pm AEDT.
28 February — Domain Stadium, Perth
4 March — The Gabba, Brisbane
10 March — ANZ Stadium, Sydney
13 March — Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
18 March — Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Fans have understandably reacted with the level of enthusiasm you save for finding a lost puppy.
News.com.au reported the songstress hinted she was planning an Australian tour during a show in Minnesota, America, last year.
The unexpected announcement was said to have come after she learned of fans who had traveled internationally to see her perform.
“I’m planning an Australian tour now,” she said while still on stage.
“Why don’t we get your info and when the Sydney show happens you can come, on us.”