EXCLUSIVE: Adele Opens Up About Her Almost-Retirement and Never Being 'Enough' for Fans

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Cancel your Valentine's Day plans because we've all got a date with Adele!

On Sunday, the 27-year-old singer is taking the stage in the BBC America special, Adele: Live in London. The one-hour event features Adele performing songs from her platinum-selling album, 25, as well as chatting with iconic talk show host Graham Norton about her career and life.

ETonline has your exclusive sneak peek at one of the night's most emotional moments, in which Adele opens up to Norton about her almost-retirement after the hit 2011 album, 21.

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"I just got really worried that I was never going to make anything that anyone liked again," Adele shares in our first look video above. "It was just like I was being self-critical of myself, it was nothing else other than that. And also I started to wonder maybe with 21 being so successful is it enough for everyone, but I realized that it wasn't enough for me, so sorry."

Ummm... don’t ever apologize for making your amazing music, Adele!

The British beauty explains that while writing and recording her latest record-smashing album, 25, "I just wanted to make sure that everything was in place for me to do it so that I could do it properly. I can't do anything else. This is all that I like doing."

Adele: Live in London, airs Sunday, February 14 at 10/9c on BBC America