Adele has always been the type of woman to speak her mind, whether it's bashing Donald Trump for using her songs in his campaigns, slamming Rebel Wilson's attempts to portray her on the big screen or telling Jamie Oliver where he could stick it. And now, the 'Hello' singer has done it again.
At the moment, Adele is doing the rounds on her world tour and while she's usually wonderful to her adoring fans, one audience member's shenanigans proved too much to bear.
"Can you stop filming me with a video camera?"
When a lady in the crowd decided she would probably enjoy the concert more from behind a camera lens on a tripod, Adele was having none of it. Calling out the offender right in front of a hall of thousands, she said:
"Can you stop filming me with a video camera? I'm really here in real life, you can enjoy it in real life. Can you take your tripod down. This isn't a DVD, this is a real show."
She then added:
“I’d really like you to enjoy my show because there’s lots of people outside that couldn’t come in."
Here's the full video of the awkward interaction:
To be fair, she's got a point. And based on the Twitter reaction her outburst received, many others thought the same too: