Adele Photobombs Fans During ‘Live In London’ Concert Special (VIDEO)
Adele snuck up behind various fans and photobombed them while they were posing for photos with her “Skyfall” Oscar at her “Live in London” concert special, which is set to air on Sunday. Watch below a sneak peek from the show, which was hosted by Graham Norton.
The singer won an Academy Award in 2013 for Best Original Song for “Skyfall,” the theme song to the James Bond movie of the same name. Fans who attended the concert were given the opportunity to take photos with the actual statue she won, but what they didn’t realize is that Adele herself would pop up in the picture. A video montage shows different fans facing the camera while Adele and Norton sneak into the shot holding various props. Some of the accessories that Adele used included an oversized phone, a sign that read “I hate Adele,” a book titled “How To Write A Good Song,” and a blowup guitar.
After the photos were taken, Adele revealed herself by either tickling her fans from behind with feathers or simply putting her arms around them. All of her admirers were in shock, and the singer gave them all big hugs to help calm them down. “Adele: Live in London” airs Sunday, February 14 at 10 p.m. on BBC America, but you can watch a clip from the concert below!
Watch Adele photobomb and surprise fans while they take a picture with her Oscar! https://t.co/p1wRGtug1j
— Adele Union (@AdeleUnion) December 3, 2015