Just days after rumors started circulating that Adele will perform at this year's Oscars in February, it is now being reported that the British singer will hit the stage of the Golden Globes on Sunday (Jan. 13) to sing 'Skyfall,' her theme song from the James Bond flick of the same name. While multiple news outlets have announced Adele's supposed Golden Globe plans, the Associated Press will only confirm that she'll be in attendance at the ceremony. 

Adele's 'Skyfall' is nominated for a Best Original Song at his year's Golden Globes and will compete for the award against Taylor Swift's ‘Hunger Games' (from the movie of the same name), Keith Urban's ‘For You’ (from ‘Act of Valor’), Jon Bon Jovi's ‘Not Running Anymore’ (from ‘Stand Up Guys’) and actor Hugh Jackman's ‘Suddenly’ (from the big screen adaptation of ‘Les Miserables’).

She also earned an Oscar nomination for 'Skyfall' this morning, which means an Adele performance at the Feb. 24 ceremony in Los Angeles seems pretty likely. Paul Epworth, who produced the tune, says that he has “no idea” whether the Oscars are in Adele's future, but with a 50th anniversary tribute to the James Bond franchise planned for the show, there's one more reason to believe she'll be hitting the stage.