British songstress Adele will make her first public appearance since giving birth to her first child when she stops by this Sunday's Golden Globe awards.

Oh how we've missed you, lady.

An executive producer for the Globes confirmed the appearance, during which it's entirely likely she'll perform -- she's up for Best Original Song for the 'Skyfall' theme from the most recent James Bond movie.

She's nominated alongside Taylor Swift for 'Safe & Sound' from 'The Hunger Games', Jon Bon Jovi's 'Not Running Anymore' from the film of the same name, Keith Urban's 'For You' from 'Act of Valor,' and the movie-original song 'Suddenly' from 'Les Miserables.'

Even though throat surgery early last year forced her to cancel a slew of concerts and she stayed out of the spotlight during her pregnancy, Adele's blockbuster 2011 album '21' still sold 4.4 million copies last year and just became the first album to top Billboard's year-end sales list two years in a row. And she didn't need to post a single racy photo to Instagram to do it.

Because when you have, you know, actual talent, it speaks for itself.