Adele in line for BRIT Global Success Award
Adele is tipped to win the Global Success Award at the BRIT Awards 2016.
The 27-year-old singing superstar has received four nominations - for British Female Solo Artist, British Single and British Artist Video of the Year for 'Hello' and MasterCard British Album of the Year for '25' - for the annual ceremony and with the massive success of her latest LP, she is said to be "almost certain" to pick up the special honour in recognition of her record-breaking album sales.
And if she picks up everything she is nominated for as well as the Global Success award, Adele would surpass the achievement of Blur, who set a record when they picked up four BRITs in one night back in 1995.
Both the single and video prizes are voted for by fans and Adele faces competition from the likes of One Direction, Sam Smith, Little Mix and Ed Sheeran to win the awards.
The 'Skyfall' hitmaker has previously scooped a total of four BRIT Awards.
Adele isn't the only star up for multiple awards at next month's ceremony.
Both James Bay and Years & Years are also up for four trophies, while Jess Glynne and Calvin Harris follow close behind with three nominations.
The BRIT Awards 2016 sponsored by MasterCard will take place at London's O2 Arena on February 24.