Adele sings for Brussels after slamming the terrorists attack on them


POP SINGER Adele branded the terrorists behind the Brussels bombings “f***ers” as she took to the stage at London’s O2 last night.

The 27-year-old expressed her feelings about yesterday’s atrocities in the expletive-filled rant before showing solidarity to the victims by dedicating her hit song Make You Feel My Love to Brussels.

Moved by the day’s tragic events, the Hello singer told the packed crowd: “We’re all here for the same reason. I’m hoping you’ve all come to be entertained by me.

“I’m here to entertain you, so we’re all united, so that makes us much better than them f***ers. You’re on, you f***ers.”

The powerful clip was shared online by Twitter user Liam Edwards who captioned it: “Adele has a message for the terrorists who were involved in the # brusselsattack # AdeleLive2016 # brusselsairport.”

Adele later asked everyone to switch on their phones to light up the venue for her musical dedication of Make You Feel My Love.

Overcome with emotion at the incredible sight before her, she gushed: “Oh my god it’s breath-taking.”

She continued: “This is Make You Feel My Love and this is for Brussels tonight and I want you to all sing with me.”

After belting out the track, which seemed full of more emotion than ever before, she told the audience: “I don’t think I have actually ever been so moved in my life during one of my shows. It’s so beautiful. Thank you very much for doing that.”

On Tuesday morning three bombs were detonated in Brussels – in both the airport and metro station.

Fourteen people were killed in the explosions at Zaventem airport, with more than 100 injured.

Another 20 people died in the devastating metro blast, with 92 casualties