Adele Gets Emotional in Concert as Her Son Watches Her Perform for the First Time
Adele’s music is so powerful because she allows herself to get emotional in the studio—and in concert. The star kicked off her world tour in the U.K. last month, and the emotions have been plentiful. From inviting fans to perform onstage to allowing for one epic proposal in concert, the singer loves to keep it real and relatable.
In London Wednesday night, the scene was no different. Adele started to tear up, telling the audience that she had a special guest: her 3-year-old son Angelo. “This is the first show my baby boy has seen me do,” she told her fans, Refinery29 reports.
The singer paused her performance of “Someone Like You” to give a shout out to her little guy. “I love you so much Peanut,” she said as she choked up, allowing the audience to sing out her lyrics instead.
for all the adele fandom people who are retweeting me, she's crying a little bit 😭 pic.twitter.com/hCSzQin6Pv— olivia ✨ (@lostlivvy) March 16, 2016
Listen to a clip of her performance above.