Adele Performs 'All I Ask' at Grammys

  /  02.15.2016

Adele owned the Grammy stage yet again. Backlit, standing triumphantly next to her piano player, the British songstress filled Los Angeles’ Staples Center with emotive vocals during a performance of “All I Ask,” a single taken from her chart-topping album 25.

Following an introduction from the song’s writer Bruno Mars, Adele showed why her upcoming tour has become one of music’s hottest tickets. Despite some technical difficulties, she was able to shine during Music’s Biggest Night, where she’s won big in the past. At the end of her performance, she even shouted out fellow performer Kendrick Lamar.

“I love you, Kendrick. You’re amazing,” she said.

Throughout her career, Adele has managed to nab 10 Grammys and 13 nominations. In 2012, she had her biggest Grammy night yet by taking home six trophies for her work on her album 21.

Watch Adele’s moving performance of “All I Ask” below.


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