BRIT Awards: Adele Gives Producers the Finger After Being Cut Off (Video)

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The north London powerhouse arrived in a sleek black Burberry gown. Adele has experienced a dramatic year full of triumph and victory -- from her vocal surgery in November to a six-Grammy win on Feb. 12. The singer rocked the O2 Arena with “Rolling in the Deep” and won the BRIT awards for best album and best British female solo artist, providing one of the evening's most talked-about moments by flipping the bird to producers during an acceptance speech.

Adele took home two statues at the annual BRIT Awards on Tuesday and while accepting final award of the evening, the singer gave fans (and producers) more than they bargained for.

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The British beauty's acceptance speech for Album of The Year had hardly begun before she was cut off mid-sentence, while boasting about her native country. Just before Adele was escorted offstage, she abruptly flipped the bird to the audience and television cameras. Backstage, the chanteuse told reporters that the finger was “aimed at the suits at the BRIT Awards, not my fans."

In an effort accomodate for the time constraints of a live broadcast, Adele was rushed offstage by host James Corden, allowing Blur to take the stage. “Goodbye, and I’ll see you next time ‘round, yeah?” Adele responded. Watch the video below.

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With her trademark sassiness in tact, Adele also received the award for British Female Solo Artist. Maybe next time they will think twice before trying to pull this award winner offstage again.