One overzealous Adele fan got a firm reminder that we should all feel blessed to be in the singer's presence.
On Sunday, a concert-goer recorded a video of Adele's performance in Verona, Italy, where the songstress took a break from her set to admonish a fan for setting up a tripod and filming the concert.
"Yeah, I want to tell that lady as well," said Adele, as she pointed to the fan in question. "Can you stop filming me with the video camera, because I'm really here in real life. You can enjoy it in real life rather than through your camera."
The Brit then asked the fan to take down the tripod and stated there were many fans who weren't lucky enough to get a ticket to the concert. "This isn't a DVD, this is a real show and I'd really like you to enjoy my show because there's lots of people outside that couldn't come in," she said.
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The crowd didn't seem to mind the finger-wagging and cheered on their heroine.
Adele fans are actually very forgiving. Earlier, she mixed up the lyrics to her song "A Million Years Ago" and the crowd cheered her on.
"Shit, wrong words," she said after flubbing the song. "Shit, shit, shit. I started singing the verse ... sorry."
We'll love you forever, Adele!
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