Adele Gives Newlyweds a 'Memory of a Lifetime' at Las Vegas Show

The couple got married hours before attending the 'Weekends With Adele' show.

Adele gave two newlyweds the best wedding gift of all.

The "Easy On Me" songstress gifted two lucky fans something they will cherish for a lifetime during her "Weekends With Adele" show at The Colosseum in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 4. 

Adele was quick to notice the couple, Gaby and Evan, in the crowd as they showed up to the concert still dressed in their wedding attire after saying "I do" earlier in the day.

"Did you just get married?" Adele asked the couple in an Instagram video shared by the groom, adding, "You got married today? Congratulations!"

Without missing a beat, she signed the bride's dress while continuing to sing "When We Were Young."

"@adele please excuse my clammy hands. This was my most major fan girl moment lol @gababouthair #3/3/23," Evan captioned the post.  

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The bride also shared the same video on her page, expressing her gratitude towards the singer for carving a moment out during the show to show them some kindness. 

"Weekends with Adele ✨ My world is made- found the love of my life and this man was determined to have Adele sing at our wedding…" Gaby wrote in the caption.

"7 years later all our dreams came true. Thank you Adele for creating the memory of a lifetime for us 🥰" she concluded.

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The singer goes out of her way at every show during the residency to walk through the crowd and share special moments with her fans. 

In January, she addressed a man in the audience who held up a picture of a woman on his phone who Adele assumed was his deceased wife. 

"This is for you, sir, who's showing me a photo of his wife on his phone," Adele said while dedicating "Someone Like You" to the man, per PEOPLE.

"When I walk through the crowd," she said while holding back tears, adding, "I wish you could see what I could see. I know I talk to a few people every night, but then I just see little stories of people happening. There was a man. He's just there — can you see him holding his phone up?"

"I think that's his wife on his phone, and I don't think she's here, and it just really moved me," she continued. "It looks like you're here on your own, and I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry for your loss, and I'm so sorry I didn't realize what you were showing me until I was already over there. I see these little pockets of people's lives when I walk through, and it's so beautiful."