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Watch Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone and Orlando Bloom dance their socks off at Adele's concert

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Just about everyone who hadn’t flown over to the UK for the BAFTAs this weekend seemed to be championing another British talent: Adele.

Half of Hollywood were at her concert in Los Angeles on Friday, with Jennifer Lawrence, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Tom Hanks, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom seated together during the special performance.

And while there aren’t many people who can take our attention away from the British singer – Jennifer Lawrence did just that. The actress was seen really getting into Rolling In The Deep with her Hunger Games co-star Woody Harrelson in the VIP section. 

From left: Woody Harrelson, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone and Orlando Bloom

Adele’s 16-song concert comes ahead of her much-anticipated Grammy performance next weekend.

“I haven’t played in L.A. for years,” she told the crowd. “Sorry if it was a pain in the ass getting the tickets…I would have [charged] less, but my record label is paying for this.”

Adele’s official tour kicks off on 29 February in Belfast.

In November last year the singer was spotted grabbing a Mexican meal with her new pals Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone.

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