This ‘Hello’ Parody Begging Adele For Totally free Concert Tickets Is Almost everything

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Adele is a hot ticket — literally. Her upcoming tour sold out in minutes in most venues and rates have risen on the secondary market — at times by $ 1000 or far more. It’s nuts. That’s why one fan took to the airwaves to ask the Grammy winner for a favor.

Charlottesville, Virginia resident Janee Bradford recorded herself singing a parody of Adele’s mega-hit “Hello” and in it, asks the British chanteuse for free of charge concert tickets.

Starting with the iconic lyric “Hello, it is me…” Bradford continues with comical musings about how she’s “broke” and wonders if Adele “could send [her] two tickets for cost-free.”

Given that posting her hilarious video to Facebook it’s gone viral, amassing much more than three.8 million views, a lot more than 85,000 shares and even landing Bradford on neighborhood and international television.

Adele, if you are reading this (Hahaha! No, but really, if you’re reading reading this) Bradford completely deserves tickets to your Washington D.C. show in October. Let her say “hello” to you in person. ??

Watch the hilarious clip below.

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