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Adele’s Irish superfans perform at her massive Dublin show

Superstar singer Adele had a special treat for her two Irish superfans as she invited them onstage at her recent show at the 3Arena, Dublin.

A video by Ronan Scolard and Glenn Murphy performing a medley of Adele’s most popular songs went viral in the day before the show.

The lads sang Hello, Turning Tables, Someone Like You, and When We Were Young in the video.

Adele - Singer invites her Irish superfans onstage in Dublin after their video went viral. Image copyright CHRISTOPHER MACSURAK cc2

Their video was even picked up by influential sites such as MTV, USA Today and TIME.

Adele was suitably impressed and when she heard that they were at her massive Dublin show, she wanted to meet them and give them the chance to perform with her.

The star from London, UK told them: “I’ve put some monitors there, and a mic stand. Will you sing to them what you sang online?”

The boys were happy to oblige and the huge Dublin crowd was delighted.

When they sang the opening lines to the hit song ‘Someone Like You’ the crowd gave them a cheer usually only reserved for the world’s biggest stars.

The moment was captured on film by a member of the audience and posted online.

Adele has become a global superstar over the last decade, selling millions of albums, receiving critical acclaim and countless awards.

Take a look at the video below.

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Take a look at the original video that went viral shortly before Adele’s Dublin gig.

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One thought on “Adele’s Irish superfans perform at her massive Dublin show

  1. Shirley A. Duermeyer

    Adele is a huge superstar. To give the stage to these two very talented men, made me cry – both at the kindness of Adele and their beautiful voices, Brilliant!

    07/03/2016 at 4:48 pm

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