Adele Says She Feels 'Sorry' and 'Embarrassed' for American Voters at Washington D.C. Concert

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Adele sure is glad to be on the other side. Of the Atlantic Ocean, that is.

The GRAMMY-winning British star took to the stage at the Verizon Center during the Washington, D.C. stop of her U.S. tour on Monday and couldn’t help sharing how glad she is that she doesn’t have to vote in the upcoming American presidential election.

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“Did anybody watch the debate last night? Oh my f***** God… I feel sorry for you, really,” the “Hello” singer declared, according to a concertgoer on Twitter.

“I watched the debate, and you should know who I like and who I do not f***** like,” she reportedly continued.

The mention of the debate stirred a wave of groans through the venue, according to reports.

Another audience member tweeted that the songstress also added “I’m embarrassed for you,” to which the user tweeted in response, “Girl, we know. We’re embarrassed too.”

Following the concert, the 28-year-old star was spotted entering the White House grounds on Tuesday morning, according to the Washington Post.

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It’s not the first time the candid star has made headlines with her concert banter.

In August, she agreed to attend a couple’s wedding after spotting the pair dancing at her Los Angeles gig, and last month she dedicated her New York City show to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie following their shocking split.

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