The singer made one 12-year-old superfan's dreams come true when she to join her in a duet of "Someone Like You," which received a standing ovation. The Manchester fan, Emily, has autism, ADHD and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type three, which causes her limbs to be weak, her dad . "Emily said she wants to show people that have disabilities or mental issues they can still do mainstream things like singing they should not be stopped from doing them."a
Hours before the first show of her world tour, Adele visited seriously ill fan Rebecca Gibney, 12. "I am in shock, I got my baby's dream to come true," Gibney's mother told . "She was so nice – she could not have been nicer."
Can you even imagine???
Two college students from Nashville claimed to have met Adele while she was tipsy at a London restaurant … which the singer on the . After the two friends told her they had tried to get tickets to her show and couldn't, Adele got their emails and promised them tickets to her Nashville show.a
The singer by disguising herself as an Adele impersonator with the help of Graham Norton – and she totally pulled it off. But once it became clear she was, in fact, the real Adele when she took the stage and performed "Make You Feel My Love," the impersonators freaked out (many sobbing) in the presence of their idol. No big though: she gave them all hugs and compliments after the ruse was over.
We're happy for that man in the back who got to be part of this.
Talk about giving back to fans: We will never be able to truly thank her enough for of a #TBT.
The singer helped a female fan propose to her boyfriend at one of her concerts in Belfast, Ireland, in front of 11,000 people. After the woman popped the question, Adele – who held her hand the whole time – yelled out to the man: "You need to say a proper yes, bruv. You have to say yes."