Adele has been overwhelmed during a recent Las Vegas residency show after spotting a person in the audience.
Loads of singers perform from a stage that can be sometimes so far away from the rest of the crowd that they never get to see individual faces.
However, Adele makes sure to walk through the crowd as she belts out her bangers at the Colosseum in Caesar's Palace.
She was dressed as Morticia Addams for a Halloween themed show and was in the middle of singing 'When We Were Young'.
However, as she was waving at people, she noticed one fan in particular.
Just as she finished one of her lyrics she said 'shut up' and proceeded to run over to the person.
You can hear the emotion in her voice as she raced over to 'Colin', who apparently was the doctor who helped her deliver her baby Angelo.
She said she hadn't seen him in years and gave him a massive hug as the song continued to play.
Adele apologised for taking a quick break from the song and said: "Sorry! Will you sing it for me? That man delivered my baby!"
It comes after she used a few moments in the same show to pay tribute to Matthew Perry.
The Friends actor died over the weekend at the age of 54 and the world has been absolutely devastated by the untimely passing.
The ‘Someone Like You’ singer paused her show to speak about Perry, calling Chandler ‘probably the best comedic character of all time’.
“It is always so shocking, especially someone that made you laugh and who bought so much joy to your life that you don't know," she said.
"This is what I find so strange, I never met him in my life.
“There is something, you feel so sad about it especially because you don't necessarily know what was going on.”
She added of Chandler: “I'll remember that character for the rest of my life.”
“He was so open with his struggles with addiction and sobriety, which I think is incredibly, incredibly brave.”
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