Adele Gives Drag Queen The Thrill Of Her Life On Stage
00:43, Mar 2, 2017
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During her show at Domain Stadium in Perth, Australia, on Tuesday night (Feb. 28), Adele did just that, calling up popular local drag performer DJ Feminem to talk a selfie and riff a bit on "Rumour Has It".
It's not the first time the singer has called a drag queen impersonator to the stage.
"Some guy from the crew grabbed my hand and lead me onto the stage", she said.
Feminem then sang a few lines from "Rumor Has It".
The down-to-earth singer/songwriter appeared genuinely overwhelmed by the loud cheers throughout the show, welling up at one point and telling the crowd she would never forget the moment.
"I impersonate you professionally for a job", Feminem told Adele in front of an audience of thousands. "I wanted it to be a surprise for you!" Adele proudly told fans: "I finally made it; it's taken me 10 years".
This is the first time 28-year-old Adele has performed in Australia, and unsurprisingly, the Grammy victor is already a massive hit. "And then when she came further and was walking down the catwalk, she circled the stage she stopped and she said 'I want to meet you.' And security did the rest".
OHS hazards didn't stop her from firing a t-shirt cannon into the crowd though; she pinned $20 to the tour souvenirs-turned-rockets and told the crowd to "buy a drink on me" like the big bloody legend she is.
Adele will also visit Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne and Auckland.
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