Adele’s manager, Jonathan Dickins hinted at a possible tour for Adele. He told Billboard.com, that her recovery is slow and steady but he confirmed that Adele isn’t going anywhere. He said, “We’ll sit down and work out what we’re doing going forward. It’s a long-term thing. Everybody’s delighted with the recovery; we’ve been seeing Steven Zeitels, her doctor, and she’s singing better than ever. We all believe in that she’s an artist who will be around for a long time. There’s absolutely no short-term approach to her recovery.”Meanwhile, Adele tied Whitney Houston’s record. Her Grammy-winning album, 21, spent its 20th week at the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart. It sold another 237,000 copies over the past few days. Adele’s new $10 million mansion features 10 bedrooms, two swimming pools, a helicopter landing pad, a tennis court and a media room. It is set on 25 acres of private land in England.