Hello, it’s Adele — and she’s right behind you.
The habitual prankster teamed up with Irish TV host Graham Norton to photobomb unsuspecting fans in a video clip released Saturday from her “Live in London” BBC America special.
“As a very special treat, some of our audience got the chance to pose for a photograph with (Adele’s) actual, real, genuine Oscar,” Norton explained. “Who’d want to ruin a moment like that?”
“Hello, it’s me,” she whispered to one couple.
A certain 10-time Grammy winner would.
As pairs of fans huddled around the statuette Adele won for her “Skyfall” theme, she and Norton waltzed into the background to pose with a novelty inflatable telephone, speech bubble cutouts that read “I hate Adele!” and “She’s behind you!” and a book titled “How to Write a Good Song,” among other props.
Adele continues to be a rapscallion.
At last, they sidled up to make their presence known. Jaws dropped, fans squealed and hugs were exchanged.
“Hello, it’s me,” she whispered to one starstruck duo.
This wasn’t the pop powerhouse’s first time at the prank rodeo. In another taped gag with Norton released in November, the singer wore a fake nose and chin to prank her own impersonators.
The special, which aired in the U.K. Nov. 20, will make its U.S. debut on BBC America Sunday.
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