Adele's dazzling performance at the BRIT Awards last week was brought to life thanks to an amazing installation at a Los Angeles art museum, that the singer discovered thanks to Katy Perry.
Adele filmed a performance of "When We Were Young" at Los Angeles' Broad Museum, which was then incorporated into her live performance at the BRITs. The filming took place inside a sparkling art installation called "Infinity Mirrored Room," by artist Yayoi Kusama.
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The "Rolling in the Deep" singer posted a picture of herself inside the room the day after the performance.
"Thank you to Yayoi Kusama for allowing me to film in her infinity mirrored room @thebroadmuseum for the footage for my Brits performance last night, it was an amazing experience," she wrote.
In an interview with the Broad about her choice to include the sparkling installation in her performance, Adele said it was because it allowed you to "see different versions of yourself from every angle," which mirrored the theme of the song.
She also revealed she first became aware of the artwork through an Instagram photo posted by Katy Perry!
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Also at the BRIT Awards, Adele showed her support for Kesha in a touching speech. Check out more in the video below.