There's only way to describe Adele's latest show: epic!
The 28-year-old Brit performed at the Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, Somerset, England, on Saturday. While the entire set was memorable -- per usual! -- there were two specific moments that deserved an extra round of applause.
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First, while performing "River Lea," a single off her album, 25, the diva suddenly stopped singing.
"I'm gonna have to start it again. Sorry, I'm a bit out of breath," she said to the crowd. But because it's Adele, the audience didn't seem to mind. In fact, many applauded the mom of one for restarting her song, as a few fans noted on Twitter.
"Well done @Adele for having the balls to start song again because it wasn't good enough," wrote one concertgoer, who captured the moment on video.
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Then at another point in the show, Adele brought a fan named Maria onstage. The lucky lady had traveled all the way from Brazil to see the performance, and she got more than she bargained for when the pop star accidentally burped in her face.
"Oh my God, I just burped!" Adele exclaimed, bursting into laughter. "I'll see you later, Maria."
As Maria exited the stage, the "Hello" singer explained the burp away. "I had a dirty burger before I came on, that's why," she said.
A slew of fans watching the festival through a livestream took to Twitter to comment on the mishap, with one writing, "When you travel all the way from Brazil for #adele to burp in your face #Glasto2016."
"How do I become mates with @Adele ? We'd have a laugh and I'll let her burp in my face. #AdeleAtGlastonbury," another shared.
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Adele's laughter later turned to tears when she delivered emotional renditions of "Make You Feel My Love" and "Hometown Glory." The set, which lasted approximately 90 minutes, also included "Hello," "Rumour Has It," "One and Only," and "Water Under the Bridge."
This isn't the first time we've seen the GRAMMY winner get teary-eyed on stage. Back in March, Adele couldn't hold it together when her 3-year-old son, Angelo, watched her perform for the first time at London's O2 Arena. Hear more about the precious moment in the video below.