In Adele's first ever Instagram livestream, the singer gave fans the sneak peek of a lifetime by playing a 50-second-long snippet of her new song set to drop on October 15, 'Easy On Me'.
The 40-minute-long livestream was filled with a bunch of info as she filled fans in on her life, her upcoming album and a random assortment of, quite frankly, useless facts that we truly only find interesting because it's coming from the glorious songstress that is Adele.
So, in case you missed it, Mamamia is here to fill you in on all the best bits of the singer's IG Live.
Watch: Highlights from Adele's First Instagram Live. Post continues after video.
While it took Adele a few minutes to get accustomed to being on livestream, hence periodocally asking the camera why she can't invite people, the singer still made it all worthwhile when she gave us 50 seconds of pure magic.
She did only release the first verse and a tiny part of the chorus, but we aren't complaining. "There ain’t no gold in this river that I’ve been washing my hands in forever," the lyrics said.
"And there is hope in these waters, but I can’t bring myself to swim when I am drowning in this silence, baby let me in. Go easy…"
Sadly, Adele abruptly cut the song and told fans "That's it! That's all I'm going to play."
Adele isn't the queen of the Beyhive, in her opinion...
Adele is the ultimate Beyoncé fan, but she told viewers she simply wasn't the 'Queen of the Beyhive' (Beyhive is the the name for Beyoncé stans, FYI).
When asked if she was excited for the 'Halo' singer's new album, she responded "of course I am, are you mad?!"
Perfect response, if you ask us.
She gave the internet dozens of memes, because she is Adele. And she is amazing.
If she couldn't get any better, the 'When We Were Young' singer gave us more than we could ever deserve.
Here are a few of our personal favourites memes lurkin' on the internet from Adele's livestream.
*Adele doing her first-ever IG live and sharing a snippet of Easy On Me*— natch³⁰ | Easy On Me on Oct 15 (@daydreamernatch) October 10, 2021
Everyone who listened: pic.twitter.com/PfivpCeFVk