By Allison Sadlier
July 14, 2016 at 05:31 PM EDT
Virginia Sherwood/NBC

Adele might be one step closer to an EGOT.

The English singer’s NBC concert special, Adele Live in New York City, received four Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Variety Special, Thursday morning. She already has an Oscar and a Golden Globe, both for the theme song to 2012’s Skyfall, to her name. These mark her first Emmy nominations.

Live in New York City’s director, Beth McCarthy, was nominated for Best Director of a Variety Special, and the show also scored nods for Technical Direction — led by technical director Steve Cimino and his crew of 15 cameramen and three video controllers — and Lighting Design, orchestrated by Allen Branton (lighting designer), Patrick Woodroffe (lighting director), Tom Beck (lighting director), and Eric Marchwinski (moving light programmer). 

Read our recap of the special here, and see the full list of Emmy nominations here