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'The Late Late Show' host skips cross the pond to break out the hits with one of the world's most coveted artists, Adele.


The young lady's vocals are on point in this video, and a flat out testament to her unrivaled talent. Part of me's puzzled over the fact James Corden remains relatively composed and doesn't simply up 'n melt down into a puddle of tears from behind the wheel. Kudos Mr. Corden, kudos.


Not only would anyone in their right mind lose their minds and sh*t their pants at an opportunity to road trip with Adele; but she seems genuinely enjoyable to hang out with, which makes the whole scenario seem too good to be true for anyone. Anyone. Yes, for an artist, a legend of the industry, to demonstrate such a down-to-earth vibe isn't something you see everyday.


And of course Nicki Minaj let loose a thankful shoutout to Adele as well!

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Adele released her new single "Hello" last week to much acclaim. And unless you've been living under a rock, you've wept alone to this tune at least 15 times.

This guy is apparently living under a rock.

Mary Caldarella decided to text her ex-boyfriend, Matt, these heartbreaking lyrics to see how'd he react.

He didn't get it.

"Last time I asked if we could go on a date when I came to auburn you told me to go f*ck myself."

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The new James Bond theme doesn't disappoint -- and naturally, it's already hit No. 1 on iTunes, just hours after its release.

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Seven-year-old Charlotte Neve suffered a brain hemorrhage in April, and two operations to stop the bleeding had left her in a coma from which she wasn't expected to recover.

But when Charlotte's mom climbed into bed with her for a final goodbye cuddle, Adele's ''Rolling in the Deep'' came on the radio, and Leila Neve "started singing it to her because she loves her and we used to sing that song together."

Miraculously, Charlotte started smiling.

"I couldn't believe it," Neve says. "It was the first time she had reacted to anything since the hemorrhage. The nurses were astounded and told me to keep singing, and she smiled again."

Two days later, Charlotte was speaking. Now, two months later, she's back in school.

"How she's still here is beyond everybody," Neve says. "She was very lucky to survive."

[telegraph]

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A traditional Chinese zither called a guzheng and Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" make beautiful music together.

[thanks joanna!]

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Adorable toddler Makena belts a heartfelt rendition of Adele's "Someone Like You." (Well, as heartfelt as a cover of a deeply emotional break-up ballad by a two-year-old with (hopefully) no working knowledge of the lyrics she's singing gets anyway.)

[dpaf.]

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