OMG, what an adorable moment! Adele had a big crowd to walk through as she headed to the stage to accept her Brit Award on Feb. 24, but she made a quick pit stop to show some love to Justin Bieber. And then she shouted him out again in her acceptance speech! Watch here!
Adele, 27, was the queen of the night at the Brit Awards on Feb. 24, but she had her attention on another attendee — Justin Bieber! The singer beelined to the stage when she won the award for British Single of the Year, but she did stop to give the Biebs a kiss. Check out their sweet interaction here!
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As she made her way through the crowded room, the “Hello” singer only made one stop in her difficult journey to the stage — to give Justin a kiss on the cheek! And while she was accepting her second trophy of the night, she gushed over the night’s performances so far, which included the 21-year-old, who sang “Love Yourself” and “Sorry” in the middle of a fiery set.
“I thought you were gonna set us on fire, Justin!” Adele exclaimed in her acceptance speech. Wow, clearly she was focusing a lot on Justin, no?! Earlier in the night, the 27-year-old won Best British Female Artist, and during her thank you’s in that speech, she publicly threw her support behind Kesha in the singer’s lawsuit against Sony and Dr. Luke. Amazing! Stream music from Adele, Justin and more ad-free RIGHT HERE.
And the good times surely aren’t over for Adele yet at the Brits! She’s also up for British Album of the Year and British Video, and will be taking the stage herself later in the show. 2016 is most definitely going to be the year of Adele and we can’t WAIT for her to hit the road this spring!
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