What would you do if you turned around and Adele was standing right behind you?
If you're anything like the few lucky fans who recently were photobombed by the "Hello" singer, you'd probably laugh, cry and hug her -- just like they did.
The photobombing was all part of Adele's BBC concert special that will air this Sunday, Feb. 14, on BBC America. TV host Graham Norton got in on the action with Adele and helped surprise lucky people who thought they were simply posing with the singer's "Skyfall" Oscar.
Watch all the adorable action go down below:
The "When We Were Young" songstress recently landed her second Vogue cover and opened up about her four-year hiatus.
“I didn’t miss being in the spotlight, but I really missed that side of myself. I was happy to be lost in the wilderness for a while, but I was a bit frightened that I was never going to get back," Adele said. "I suppose there was lots riding on what to follow '21' up with. Once 'Hello' came out, I felt like I’d got nothing to prove. I’m just going to sing now because I want to, and I’ll make records when I want to and not because someone is forcing me to do it. Not that anyone ever has. I’d fire them if they tried!"
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