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