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Watch Adele’s Impression of Beyoncé, Complete With a Wind Machine

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“Hold up, they don’t love you like I love you” might be a line from Beyoncé’sLemonade album, but it may as well be on a Hallmark card Adele sends to Beyoncé yearly.

To further prove she is the world’s greatest Beyhive member, Adele took the stage this weekend in Melbourne and debuted her impression of the singer’s iconic hair flips.

Standing in front of a wind machine at Etihad Stadium, Adele whipped her hair back and forth and sang a bit of “Crazy in Love,” surprising the audience with the dizzying moves.

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After finishing the impression, Adele promptly regretted it, saying, “Oh shit, what’s up with me hair,” and then asking for a medic. “I don’t know how she does it,” she admitted.

The dance break comes on the heels of several other impromptu, viral moments from the blunt British star, including fleeing from a pack of mosquitoes, and admitting she hides from fans by stowing away in a box.

Of course, Adele cemented her place in Beyoncé’s fandom at the 2017 Grammys, when she emotionally dedicated her album of the year award to the singer.

“I want you to be my mummy,” she also joked upon receiving the award for record of the year for “Hello.”

News later circulated that Adele broke one of her Grammys in half to give to Beyoncé, but alas, it was only an accidental break.

 

Source: vanityfair.com

Written by: New Generation Radio

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