Adele confused after meeting a fan using strange filter filming her Las Vegas residency

Adele was aghast at the way her face looked when she posed for a selfie with a fan at her gig at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas  (@ilovejamyg)
Adele was aghast at the way her face looked when she posed for a selfie with a fan at her gig at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas (@ilovejamyg)

Adele was left confused when she posed for a selfie with a fan at her Las Vegas residency and saw she was using a beauty filter that made them both look completely different.

In a video shared on TikTok, the Hello hit-maker, 34, appeared visibly shocked at the way the filter made her look more tanned with heavier make-up and plumper lips.

“Oh my God, what have you done to my face? Woah, girl, get that filter off my face. That’s unreal, why are you using filters like that?” Adele asked during the gig at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

“We don’t look like that, darling,” she continued, to which the fan hilariously replied: “I know.”

Adele then asked the lucky audience member more about herself, such as her name, to which she replied “Jamy”.

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Jamy was so overcome that she struggled to answer the London-born star’s other questions and burst into tears.

Reflecting on the moment when sharing the clip on social media, Jamy wrote: “Just Adele coming up to me randomly and making me forgot my whole entire existence and just following up and crying like a pendeja.”

Other Adele fans expressed their delight at the amusing interaction in the comments section.

“That was hilarious,” wrote one, followed by a crying with laughter emoji.

“I witnessed this live and it was so funny,” said another.

Jamy shared the moment she met her idol Adele on social media (Jamy G/ILoveJamyG/Tik Tok)
Jamy shared the moment she met her idol Adele on social media (Jamy G/ILoveJamyG/Tik Tok)

A third person hailed Jamy for being able to keep her hand steady enough to film the emotional meeting with her idol.

“Crazy MOMMENT n crying … but hand stability is stable,” they remarked, along with a hand-clapping emoji.

“Hell yeah,” Jamy replied. “Not sure why but I’m glad it was.”