Adele's staff tweets give up 'Skyfall' surprise|
British singer Adele may have remained relatively tight-lipped about her oft-rumoured title song for the new James Bond film "Skyfall", but her staff have not been so careful.
Whilst gossip websites have been claiming exclusives on her 'confirmed' involvement, the truth is that people working with the top selling singer-songwriter already gave the game away on social media.
Ryan Tedder, who co-wrote two of Adele's songs on her hit album '21', tweeted "ive heard it. Best bond song in my lifetime. Hands down- hats off once again to Paul Epworth and Adele. hope they win Oscar!"
The tweet was subsequently deleted.
Adele's publicist, Paul Moss, couldn't contain himself either when he tweeted yesterday: "Are you ready for the SkyFall Theme song? Hope you are because it's coming and it's going to explode." Moss later deleted this tweet, too.
As MI6 first reported, the "Skyfall" title song is expected to be 'unveiled' on global James Bond day: Friday 5th October 2012.
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