Adele Sings ‘Fastlove’ To Salute George Michael At The Grammys

Grammy Award Winner Adele paid tribute to the famous icon George Michael who died last year by singing his song 'Fastlove' on the Grammys.

Adele Drops The "F Bomb" And Asks To Start From The Top During The Most Awaited Tribute

In the middle of Adele's performance of the late icon's song at the Grammy Awards, Adele suddenly stopped, seemed to curse as the sounds on her mic was cut by producers and then asked to start over with the song.

"I know it's live TV; I'm sorry I can't do it again, like last year. I'm sorry for swearing. I'm sorry for starting again. Can we please start it again? I'm sorry - I cant mess this up for him. I'm sorry, I'm sorry for swearing! I'm really sorry. Sorry." Adele stated while in the middle of her epic homage for Michael.

After her set, the star-studded audience stood to their feet and applauded the singer for her performance which left Adele in tears.

'Fastlove' was George Michael's second single from the album Older.

George Michael's Family Wants Adele To Lead The Tribute For Him

According to Adele, the moment she found out that George Michael died; she told her partner, Simon Konecki that she wants to be the one to sing for his tribute. Michael's family actually declined the idea of a tribute for George however later agreed only if Adele would be the one to perform.

"My earliest memory of me being a fan was ‘Fastlove,'" Adele stated in an interview after the tribute she made for George Michael.

Fans have also showered Adele with praise even after the setback during her performance at the Grammy Awards stating that Adele was a badass. She cares so much and that who could be bummed about a singer singing live?.

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