Adele was responsible for making a host of musicians emotional at the BRIT Awards.
The 27-year-old singer was the big winner at the ceremony, leaving The O2 in London with four prizes and she couldn’t stop herself from crying when she collected her BRITs Global Success Award for her latest album 25, which was introduced by astronaut Tim Peake live from the International Space Station.
And Adele had an emotional effect on her pop peers on the night.
Lianne La Havas had a cry during her rendition of ‘When We Were Young.’
Lianne posted on Twitter: “Brits was fun last night. @Adele ‘s performance made me cry so i had to hug the nearest person asap. @iamcoxhead.”
Years & Years singer Olly Alexander – whose band left the event empty-handed – was left shaking with excitement after Adele touched him.
He tweeted: “OMG GUYS I DIDNT HAV ANY SIGNAL BUT WE DIDNT WIN ANY BRITS BUT NVM RIHANNA WAS GR8 AND I WAS TOUCHD BY ADELE LANA AND CHERYL SO I WON THAT”
And Jack Garratt felt “fuzzy and warm” when Adele congratulated him on his BRIT Critics Choice Award win.
Jack tweeted: “Side note, @Adele walked passed me earlier and saw me and said ‘oh congratulations darlin!’ and my insides felt fuzzy and warm.”