Adele wants you to be her best friend. No, really. In the new trailer for her upcoming 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall' film, the 'Rolling in the Deep' hitmaker explains that when you come to her concert or buy her album, she wants you to feel like you've started a relationship together.

Given the unfortunate occurrence that forced the 23-year-old songstress to cancel her remaining 2011 tour dates, this movie will give fans the chance to get up close and personal with Adele, while elsewhere, she mends her throat following surgery.

The clip gives backstage peeks of the famed singer preparing to the take the stage, where she gives a heartfelt comment: "I think it's been the most special show I've ever played. Although I will never meet most of the people who come to see me live or bought my records, they are part of my life. I mean, they've changed my life. I want to make them feel like they know me -- they do know me, but I want to make them feel like we're just here, like we're just having a takeaway or something on a Saturday night."

The trailer shows the special moment when Adele performed likely her biggest hit to date, 'Someone Like You,' and during it, she turned the mic to the audience and let them take the chorus, which quickly sent tears rolling down her face.

The 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall' DVD hits shelves in the U.S. on Nov. 29, but Adele will be screening the concert flick -- for free -- in 26 cities across the world. Unfortunately, the States was only able to grab New York and Los Angeles showings, but fans who wish to enter to win passes in those cities can do so here through Friday.

Watch the 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall' Trailer