Madame Tussauds have revealed the multi-award winning singer Adele as the latest celebrity to join their waxy Hall of Fame.
Adele has picked up the Best Original Song Oscar for the James Bond theme Skyfall, which she co-wrote with Paul Epworth.
British stars have been honoured at the Golden Globes with Adele, Dame Maggie Smith and actor Damian Lewis all collecting gongs.
The new James Bond theme for the upcoming film "Skyfall" has been released in full.
The song, by Tottenham-born singer Adele, was launched at 0:07am this morning - on the 50th anniversary of the first screening of "Dr No".
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Bookies are predicting that Adele will become the first ever artist to take a Bond-film theme tune to number one.
The Tottenham-born singer has teamed up with Paul Epworth, who co-wrote and produced her massive hit "Rolling In The Deep", to write the theme to "Skyfall" the upcoming Bond film staring Daniel Craig.
Rupert Adams, from William Hill, said: "We believe Adele is odds-on to be the first ever artist to take a Bond theme to number one, which is remarkable if you look down the list of previous artists."
Stars who have missed out on the top spot with a Bond theme include Paul McCartney, Tom Jones and Madonna.
Grammy Award-winning singer Adele tonight revealed she is pregnant with her first child.
The 24-year-old star, who was born in Tottenham, announced on her official website that she and boyfriend Simon Konecki were "over the moon" at the news.
Singer Adele could add to her collection of Brits and Grammys with even more music industry awards later.
The North London singer has been nominated in three categories for the Ivor Novello Awards, which recognise excellence in song writing.
Her song 'Rolling in the Deep' is up for Best song, musically and lyrically.
Her album '21' is also in the running for an award.
Adele has picked up a string of nominations for this year's Ivor Novello awards.
Rolling In The Deep is up for best song while 21 is in the running for best album.
The singer-songwriter from Tottenham, 23, could also win the award for the most performed song of 2011.
Adele's chart-topping release 21 has overtaken Pink Floyd's landmark 1973 release, The Dark Side Of The Moon, making it the seventh biggest-selling album of all-time.
The album, including hits Rolling In The Deep and Someone Like You, has now sold more than 4,142,000 copies.
Sales figures from the Official Charts Company show it is also just 12,000 copies away from the sixth best-selling album, Dire Straits' long player Brothers In Arms, and is likely to move further up the chart soon.