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An audience with Adele He really leaned towards the celebrity aspect of it all. Adele just one night featured an in-depth Oprah interview, while An audience with Adele made the singer make a town hall with all the famous people interlocutors. Samuel L. Jackson asked Adele if she had ever used her fame to get rid of a ticket. Emma Thompson helped introduce Adele’s beloved English teacher. Alan Carr took over the singing duties briefly. It was the famous at the London Palladium, with Emma Thompson actually serving. Like Oprah in Los Angeles, Thompson was the one to tear up. And how Oprah in Los Angeles, she was going to dance.
Must look Host Scott Bryan made a super cut of every time Emma Thompson unleashed her moves on UK audiences. It was an intensive choreography on the arm. We got the snapshots of “If I Were a Rich Man”, some jazz hands, some spinning fingers, and a phenomenal punch. Forget Hilary Duff, there’s a new queen of smooth choreography and she won the 1996 Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.