Adele Honors Slain Belgians at London Gig

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Adele honored those affected by the terror attacks on Brussels, Belgium by dedicating a song to them during her set in London on Tuesday night.

The “Hello” singer took a moment during her sold out O2 Arena concert to salute the 30-plus people who lost their lives in two bombings in the city on Tuesday morning.

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Adele asked fans to hold up cell phones as she sang “Make You Feel My Love,” inviting the crowd to sing along.

“This is for Brussels tonight,” she said. “I want you to all sing it with me alright, so they hear us.”

And the moment was not lost on the superstar, who later said, “I don’t think I’ve ever actually been so moved before in my life at one of my shows, that was just so beautiful. Thank you very much for doing that.”

Miley Cyrus, Boy George and Iggy Azalea were also among the pop stars who took time out of busy schedules to offer their thoughts and prayers to those who had lost loved ones in Brussels.

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