Adele cries at concert teacher meeting

“She really made us worry, and we knew she loved us.”

Twitter was going crazy. My mother wrote to me and said she was crying. This could only mean one thing: Yes, Adele’s live concert, An audience with Adele, was televised.

Home Sweet Home. I’ve always dreamed of doing An Audience With … There was so much love in the room for each other, it felt like such a concert! Everyone was hoarse and beat up for it! And my teacher Mrs. McDonald was there, it was just heaven ♥ ️


Twitter: @Adele

There is one part of the thesis that has captured the hearts of many, where Adele has a reunion with her English teacher from when she was a child …

We all have the one teacher who changed our lives … such a beautiful reunion! ❤️ * PS, would totally buy Alan Carr’s version of ‘Make You Feel My Love * 🤣 @Adele #AnAudienceWithAdele https://t.co/2ZZI2RS0mI


Twitter: @ITV

… And in my mother’s words:

Although I highly recommend watching the clip for yourself, it starts with Adele being asked – by Emma Thompson, of course – if there was anyone who inspired her when she was younger.

Adele answered without pause and named her English teacher from the age of 12, Miss McDonald. “It was only a year, but she really got me into literature. I have, as always, been obsessed with English, and now of course I write lyrics. But she also did street dance – I was too scared to join – but in the canteen, they used to do these dances … She was so damn cool. So engaging. She really made us worry and we knew she loved us. “

Clips to the music from “Make You Feel My Love” being played – AND YUP, MISS MCDONALD WAS THERE.

It makes Adele burst into tears.

“I’m so proud of you,” said her former teacher, to which Adele replied, “I did not know you would come!”

“You really changed my life,” Adele added, before shouting, “Mom! Mom, can you believe it?”

The two then share a quick reunion …

… which made me look like this:

Adele then goes to get her makeup retouched, and in the process, she asked her friend and comedian, Alan Carr, to stop for a few minutes and sing a bit of “Make You Feel My Love.”

Either way, if you see me crying in the subway tonight, take care of yourself.

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