Adele made an emotional dedication to the victims of the Brussels terror attack last night at London's O2 Arena, uniting her fans with a moving rendition of 'Make You Feel My Love'.
Currently on tour with her third hit album, 25, the singer used the stage to urge the world to stand together in solidarity.
'When I woke up and heard the terrible news about Brussels, I felt bit bad and sad about the fact that I was going to be doing the show,' she said. 'But I’m really glad we are all here, and we are all going to make enough noise so they can hear us from here.'
In typical Adele style she also had some strong words for yesterday's attackers, adding:
'I'm hoping you've all come to be entertained by me. I'm here to entertain you, so we're all united, so that makes us much better than them f**kers. You're on your own, you f**king loners!'
As thousands lit up the arena with their phones - and sung along - one fan in particular recorded her tribute on his and posted it online. Suffice to say it's now trending online, with the likes of BBC's Jeremy Vine tweeting: 'And this is why I love @Adele. #BrusselsAttack.'
After finishing the song she reached out to the crowd, saying:
'I don't think I've ever actually been so moved before in my life at one of my shows, that was just so beautiful. Thank you very much for doing that ... I think they heard us.'
We think they did too, Adele.
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