Adele Honors Brussels Victims With Emotional "Make You Feel My Love"

After explosions ripped through the Belgian capital, the British singer used her music to express solidarity with the victims of terror attacks.

Just hours after the terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium, left dozens dead and hundreds injured, Academy Award-winning singer Adele took the stage for the final night of her six-show residency at London’s O2 Arena and moved the audience to tears with her heartrending performance.

“This is 'Make You Feel My Love' and this is for Brussels tonight,” she said before launching into the Bob Dylan-written ballad. “I want you to all sing it with me, all right, so they hear us.”

During the concert, the 27-year-old also encouraged audience to turn on their cell phones and hold them up high to illuminate the whole arena, creating a beautiful and powerful moment.

“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,” the “Hello” singer told the roaring crowd after the performance. “Thank you very much for doing that ... I think they heard us.”



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At least 35 people died and more than 200 were injured during terror attacks on Brussels' Zaventem Airport and Maalbeek metro station on Tuesday, according to official reports. The Islamic State claimed the responsibility for the horrific blasts.

Watch Adele’s complete performance in the video above.

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