As stars flooded the Staples Center in Los Angeles for the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards on Monday night, ET caught up with Lionel Richie, who admitted he was very excited to meet one person in particular -- Adele.
In fact, the “Three Times a Lady” singer revealed that he even had their first-ever encounter already planned out in his head.
"I'm here tonight to meet [Adele] backstage," he joked with ET’s Nancy O’Dell. "I'm looking for her. And my opening line is going to be, 'Hello, it's me,' and she's going to say, 'No, no, is it me you're looking for, thank you very much.'"
And as far as a mashup of their respective "Hello" songs? Richie feels that same way we do about it!
"We have to, we have to," he insisted. "Don't worry, it's coming."
It was definitely a big night for Richie, who received a tribute performance from John Legend, Meghan Trainor, Tyrese, Luke Bryan and Demi Lovato. To see Lovato’s show-stopping performance of "Hello," watch the video below.