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WATCH: Adele can't wait for RiRi's new album!

2015-11-25 19:00

Los Angeles - Adele is "very excited" about Rihanna's new album Anti.

The Hello hitmaker was "on the edge" whilst following the R&B superstar's teasers of her long-awaited eighth studio LP on new website recently and has declared herself "the biggest RiRi fan".

Excited to share this with you!! #ANTIdiaRy

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Speaking to US talk show host Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, she gushed: "I got very excited the other night because there was some teasers for Rihanna's new record.

"I am very excited Rihanna's new record. I am on the edge - in a good way. I'm the biggest RiRi fan. I love her. So I'm very excited for that record."

Adele won't have to wait long for Rihanna's record as it's reportedly being streamed via paid-for subscription service Tidal on Friday 27 November before being made available on all other platforms on 4 December.

Watch Adele gush about RiRi:

The 27-year-old singing superstar was on the show promoting her new album 25 and performed new track Water Under the Bridge.

Watch the performance here:

She also did an acoustic version of Hello with classroom instruments and The Roots.

Adele's entertaining visit to The Tonight Show didn't end there as her and Jimmy also played a game of 'Box of Lies'.

Watch to find out who has the best poker face and who can't keep a straight face:

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