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Adele invites drag Adele impersonator on stage

Adele invites drag Adele impersonator on stage

At her February 28 performance at Perth's Domain Stadium, Adele gave local drag queen Feminem the surprise of her life by inviting her onstage.

The British singer said: "Hello!"

Those who were lucky enough to get their hands on the $20 bundles were encouraged by the singer to "buy a drink" on her behalf.

'I had no idea it was going to be this handsome.

"Why didn't you tell me I had such a sweaty face?", said Adele after the selfie was taken.

The site reported that the singer's first-ever stadium show - complete with 360-degree stage, confetti canons and a high-gloss visual production - was slated to feature a fireworks display after "Set Fire to the Rain", but the blitz was called off after a mishap in rehearsal.




Adele described Australia as a second home, saying: 'I've only been here a week but I can feel it, I can feel it in me bones'.

Apparently Adele had spotted her in the crowd, and asked her to come up and join.

Performing for two hours, Adele was supported only with a band and did not need to compensate with back-up dancers or wardrobe changes.

"They annoyed me; they revealed my dress and everything - I wanted it to be a surprise for you", she added. She demonstrated that she has voice.

Her 2011 single Set Fire To The Rain was initially meant to finish with a fireworks display - a spectacle that was cancelled last minute.

Adele will next play in Brisbane followed by Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and New Zealand.

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