Singer Adele Sent Her Love To Brussels With touching tribute, the 27 year old dedicated “Make You Feel My Love” as the crowd held up cell phone lights in solidarity.
She paid the tribute to Brussels during her concert in London yesterday following the terrorist attacks on Belgium’s capital city.
While she was was introducing her song “Make You Feel My Love,” the 27-year-old singer asked the crowd to sing along with her before reportedly dedicating the ballad to Brussels, “This is make you feel my love, This is for Brussels”.
Members of the audience switched on their cell phone lights as a sign of solidarity with the victims of the attacks.
Many concert goers also shared photos and clips from the touching moment on social media.
‘Make you feel my love’ lights for #Brussels #Adele @Adele what a class act pic.twitter.com/mTrDHcYDJ4
— Steve Strickland (@S_Strickland) March 22, 2016
@Adele sings for Brussels pic.twitter.com/9GUuik3ze9
— Sky Andrew (@skyandrew3) March 22, 2016
Adele “let’s have a moment for #Brussels “@Adele @TheO2 pic.twitter.com/CWvnncOECh
— Steve Gotkine (@SteveGotkine) March 22, 2016
We hope the people of Brussels and Belgium could feel their love.
You can watch the entire performance from the link below.