Watch Adele Belt Out ‘Hello’ Live For The First Time, Like A Boss

Adele has greeted fans in France with her first televised live performance of new single Hello.

The soul diva took to the stage at the country’s NRJ Awards ceremony, to belt out the tear-jerking number and steal the show with her powerhouse vocals and general shimmery fabulousness.

Seriously, you might want to grab some tissues.

Hello is the first single off Adele’s hysterically anticipated comeback LP, 25, which is expected to be released on November 20th.

It’s been nothing short of an international smash, reaching number one in 26 countries and enjoying the largest opening week sales in three years.

And although this marks the first time that fans have seen the 27-year-old singer perform Hello live, her actual first time performing the number was for an hour-long BBC special with host Graham Norton, titled Adele at the BBC, which is scheduled to air later this month.

Meanwhile, amid a sea of parodies and mashups, a powerful new sign language cover of the song has also emerged online, performed by a professional ASL interpreter named Molly Bartholomew.

The interpretation has already started to go viral, adding an emotional new dimension to Hello that you don’t need to speak sign language to be able to appreciate.

Check out both videos, below.

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