Adele Paid Tribute to Lahore Attack Victims And it was Amazing

By Sarmad Amer | 30 Mar, 2016

Adele is a world renowned singer with a powerhouse voice that can leave you with goosebumps for hours. She doesn’t have much to do with Pakistan, if you think about it. But then, Pakistan’s been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons.

 

The blast in Lahore on March 27, 2016 rocked the nation

And the world.

Source: Indian Express

 

While everyone’s been looking for validation from Paris

 

There are those who you don’t appreciate as much for their empathy

 

Adele is one such artist who without any apparent connection to Pakistan has shown how she really feels for the victims of the blast.

At her concert in Birmingham at the Genting Arena on March 29, 2016, the first of four sold out shows in Birmingham, UK she asked her audience to join her in paying tribute to the victims of the attack in Pakistan.

Via: Birmingham Mail

 

She asked for her audience to raise their torches for the victims and sang a beautiful song, moving every heart and bringing tears to every eye in attendance.

Source: Birmingham Mail

 

Adele, who is currently on a world tour in connection with her latest album 25, which features hit songs like “Hello” and “When We Were Young”, has previously paid tribute to the victims of terror attacks in Brussels.

Source: Billboard

 

This is how the audience reacted to her gesture:

Love you right back, Adele.

 

But whatever Adeles or Madonnas or Beyonces may be, there is only one Pakistani Superstar and this guy knows her:

 

UPDATE: Here’s the full video of the tribute

For all you skeptics out there, do listen clearly(and multiple times if you have to) with your very own ears:

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Cover Image via: ABC News

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