An Audience With Adele really leaned into the celeb aspect of it all. Adele One Night Only featured an in-depth Oprah interview, while An Audience With Adele had the singer do a town hall with all famous ppl interlocutors. Samuel L. Jackson asked Adele if she’d ever used her fame to get out of a ticket. Emma Thompson helped introduce Adele’s beloved English teacher. Alan Carr took over singing duties briefly. It was balls-to-the-wall famouses at London Palladium, with Emma Thompson really serving. Like Oprah in Los Angeles, Thompson was the tearjerker-question asker. And Like Oprah in Los Angeles, she was gonna boogie down.
Must Watch host Scott Bryan made a supercut of every time Emma Thompson unleashed her moves on the U.K. viewing public. It was arm-intensive choreography. We got the “If I Were a Rich Man” snaps, some jazz hands, some finger twirling, and phenomenal fist pumping. Move over Hilary Duff, there’s a new queen of soft choreo and she won the 1996 Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.