The sixty-fifth Grammy Awards took place last night, in what is one of the biggest evenings of the year for all things music.
However, for one artist, the night gave her all she could ever dream of.
We all know Adele, who was up for multiple awards. This year, that included Album of the Year for 30, and both Record and Song of the Year for ‘Easy on Me’. She was also up for Best Music Video.
She lost out on all of those nominations, but fortunately the London native didn’t go home empty handed, as she came out victorious in the category for Best Pop Solo Performance.
However, what you might not be aware of is the fact that the songstress is actually a huge fan of Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson!
While sat with her boyfriend Rich Paul, Grammys host Trevor Noah approached her table.
“The person Adele has always wanted to meet but never has is Dwayne Johnson,” he said, per LADBible.
“And then I found out he’s a huge fan of yours too,” the host continued.
“I don’t have Dwayne Johnson here tonight but I do have someone called The Rock.”
The audience naturally gave a big cheer, as the star of Black Adam appeared and came and gave the thirty-four-year-old Brit a big hug while her balled ‘Someone Like You’ played in the background.
Fans have responded to the super sweet moment over on social media.
One said: “Find yourself someone who’s gonna look at you like Adele is looking at The Rock.”
Another wrote: “Adele meeting the Rock was too cute oml.”
A third commented: “Aww omg he is just the most sweetest kindest hearted guy u can meet and like.”
However, others noted the muted reaction that Johnson got from Paul, Adele’s partner.
“Rich Paul was looking at The Rock like tread lightly,” one viewer wrote.
The evening as a whole was one full of shocks and surprises, with Twitter, as always, providing commentary along the way.
The biggest prize of the night, Album of the Year, was widely predicted to finally be awarded to Beyonce. The legendary ‘Break My Soul’ singer has been nominated for this award multiple times yet never managed to take it home, and once again the Academy failed to award it to her.
Instead, it went home with Harry Styles for his third album, Harry’s House.
Record of the Year, where Styles’ anthem ‘As It Was’ was widely thought of as a shoo in, went home with Lizzo for her track ‘About Damn Time’.
In another big shock, Taylor Swift lost out on Song of the Year for her iconic ten-minute long re-recording of the fan favourite track ‘All Too Well’ from Red (Taylor’s Version).
Instead, country blues singer Bonnie Raitt beat Swift to it, with her song titled ‘Just Like That’.