LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 15: Recording artist Adele performs onstage during The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on Feb
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You couldn't really even think about having the GRAMMYs this year without an Adele performance, right? With 25 already being one of the best-selling albums of all time, our favorite English chanteuse had to belt out with that near perfect voice, and guess what? She delivered. Hello, Adele? It's us. We were wondering how you got to be so great.

Instead of ripping through monster hit "Hello" or "When We Were Young," Adele opted for an intimate set of "All I Ask," a song she wrote with Bruno Mars, who introduced the song. She was accompanied by an acoustic guitar and grand piano but managed to out perform both—understandable, considering she once said this song was on of her most challenging to record. 

Could it be her next single? Here's hoping! She concluded the song with a shout-out to Kendrick Lamar, who performed just a few moments before her. Talent recognizes talent. 

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