Adele was at Radio City Music Hall in New York on Nov. 17, and fans were able to watch it in all its glory Sunday night.
The show came three days before her album 25 dropped, an album that shattered records and has sold more than 5 million copies already, according to an <a href=”http://www.mtv.com/news/2511025/adele-live-in-new-york-city/”>MTV report</a>.
It was the first time Adele was back on stage since performing “Skyfall” at the Oscars in 2013.
And things got emotional at several points in the performance. She opened with “Hello. It’s me,” a teaser of what was to come in her show.
Then she honored the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris with the song “Hometown Glory” as images of Paris were shown. A total of 130 people died during the attack, which happened just four days before this concert.
But there were more moments to come. While singing “Chasing Pavements,” an entire string section suddenly showed up to accompany her, and they were also featured in a variety of other songs throughout the night.
She also showed off her singing chops by hitting the high note in “When We Were Young,” showing why she’s one of the most successful pop stars in the world.