The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon introduced Adele as a "once-in-a-generation artist" at Adele's Live In New York special preformed at Radio City Music Hall a month ago. While most of us weren't lucky enough to be in the crowd alongside stars like Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, and America Ferrera, the performance was released online in its entirety Monday night. If you're like the rest of us, that means you're throwing popcorn in the microwave and curling up on the couch to watch and have your own personal sing along.
The performance opens with Adele singing "Hello" in its entirety, because duh. Adele's voice is electric and mystifying as she performs live for the first time in four years, telling the crowd she's nervous and "tried to find an exit before she came down." Fortunately for her, we couldn't detect any nerves at all as her powerhouse voice filled the room and her gorgeous sparkling dress caught our eye.
Adele also performed hits like "Skyfall,""Rolling in the Deep,""Set Fire to the Rain," and of course one of our latest favorites, "Water Under the Bridge," creating the perfect mix of old and new. One of the most beautiful moments of the show came just before Adele sang "Someone Like You," informing the crowd that she doesnt "sing this from the same place anymore" and credits that to her boyfriend and father of her child, Simon Konecki. She also tells us this is the first time he's ever seen her perform, and he must've been in awe at her talent. We know we were.
Catch the entire performance online below. This is something you definitely don't want to miss!