Adele's tour will soon be rolling again.
Just last month, the Grammy winner was forced to postpone the remaining dates on her North American trek due to a bad case of laryngitis.
But thankfully the British singer's fans won't have to wait much longer for her to belt out those hits.
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The "Rolling in the Deep" songstress will be heading back to the United States in August to resume her tour, and then return to the U.K. -- where she's spent the last month recovering from her illness--for another set of performances in September.
Adele revealed the good news while chatting Tuesday morning on BBC Radio 1.
"It's basically a hole in your vocal cord, but I sang through it, so that's why it popped," the 23-year-old star explained. "But I'm better now. It's fine -- I got the all-clear."
In fact, Adele already proved she's back to her old self when she took the stage at a gay pride event this past weekend in London. She's also scheduled to perform in England's capital at the iTunes Festival on Thursday as well.