Adele plots Beyonce-style documentary

Adele at the Oscars
Adele at the Oscars Bang Showbiz

ADELE might make a documentary like Beyonce.

The 24-year-old singer - who won the Oscar for Best Original Song for 'Skyfall' at the Academy Awards Sunday night (24.02.13) - has hinted she may follow in the footsteps of the 'Love on Top' singer, who bared her soul in HBO special 'Life Is But a Dream' earlier this month.

Quizzed about what she might do next at an Oscars press conference, Adele said: "I don't know, maybe I'll do a HBO special like Beyonce did!"

As well as her Oscar, Adele has also won a Golden Globe and a BRIT Award for the James Bond theme.

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The musician has also won several Grammys in her incredible career, and she now has her sights set on moving into theatre to get her hands on a Tony award.

She quipped: "And then (it's time for) a Tony, I'm not so sure. Maybe one day. Maybe someone will want to do a musical."

When 'Skyfall' co-writer Paul Epworth, who shares the Oscar with her, suggested she star in a musical, Adele said: "Oh no, it's not really my kind of thing, a musical. No offence!"

As well as picking up the Best Original Song award, Adele performed the soaring track, from the film of the same name starring Daniel Craig as 007, for the very first time live at the ceremony.

Collecting her Oscar statue, the singer - who wore a black Jenny Packham gown - said: "Thank you so much. This is amazing."

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