Brit Awards: Adele Sings "When We Were Young"
The singer had a big night, taking home awards for British female solo artist, British single ("Hello") and album of the year, among others.
Adele closed the Brit Awards on Wednesday evening with a performance of her hit "When We Were Young."
The songstress hit the stage at London's O2 Arena and belted the lyrics of the ballad in front of a sparkling backdrop. Mid-set, a chorus of singers provided accompanying vocals and joined her on stage.
Adele led all nominees at the awards show with four nominations and took home the prize for British female solo artist, British single ("Hello") and album of the year, among others.
The singer's performance comes just one week after she encountered audio issues during her Grammy performance of "All I Ask" on Feb. 15 caused by a malfunction with the piano mics. Adele later addressed the issue on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she jokingly revealed she "cried pretty much all day" afterwards.
The Brit Awards ceremony also featured performances by Rihanna, Justin Bieber and The Weeknd and held a special tribute to late rock legend David Bowie.