Adele pays tribute to Lahore bomb victims at concert

The audience joined her with a show of torches held aloft as per the singer's request


Entertainment Desk March 30, 2016
The audience joined her with a show of torches held aloft as per the singer's request PHOTO: NATIVEMONSTER.COM

One of the biggest names in the music world currently, Adele belted out beautiful songs to endearing fans at Birmingham's Genting Arena while on tour.

She also took a moment to pay tribute to the victims of the terrible bombings in Lahore on Sunday where at least 70 people died and many more were injured, reports Birmingham Mail.

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The audience joined her with a show of torches held aloft as per the singer's request. She had earlier paid tribute to the victims of the Brussels attacks as well.

PHOTO: BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Apart from the show of solidarity, Adele performed some of her greatest hits, including Hello, Chasing Pavements, Hometown Glory, and Rumour has it. 

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The British singer engaged with fans in her usual casual manner. She even welcomed one fan on stage who bore a striking resemblance to the Rolling in the deep hitmaker, and took a selfie with her.

PHOTO: BIRMINGHAM MAIL

The jovial singer also sang happy birthday along with the audience for two young fans who were there with their mother.

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In her candid Adele-like manner, she revealed to her fans that she was wearing three pairs of spanks, craving for a cigarette, and mocked herself for saying "oi oi" too much.

PHOTO: BIRMINGHAM MAIL

The first of four sold-out concerts in Birmingham won the audience over with Adele's beautiful vocals and witty comments.

COMMENTS (5)

Natasha Kundi | 5 years ago | Reply It could be possible in Birmingham because there is a large Pakistani population living in and around Birmingham.
Procatinator | 5 years ago | Reply Humanity wins over race, religion and culture!
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