Adele is a mother. She's a singer. She's an icon. She's also a long-time fan of Beyonce.
So, like countless people watching at home all across the globe, she was energized and thrilled by Beyonce's
So she shared multiple epic videos of herself reveling in Beyonce's energy.
Beyonce's Coachella performance was a sight to behold, and not only because it was also a Destiny's Child reunion.
It was powerful and evocative. Beyonce has never in her life not brought her all to her art, and it shows.
Last year, Beyonce had to cancel because she was pregnant with her twins, Sir and Rumi.
This year, however, Coachella attendees were treated to her epic performance. And so were the viewers at home.
And, as you can see, Adele simply could not contain her delight.
Captioning her short, silent reply videos (translated into gifs for your convenience) as "#Beychella mood" numbered one, two, and three, Adele let loose for the camera.
When she performs her own songs, Adele is known for standing and swaying, often in a sparkling dress, while letting her vocals speak for themselves.
But that is Adele's personal style for her own music.
That doesn't mean that she cannot dance.
It also does not mean that she doesn't dance.
"Beychella" was livestreamed on Coachella's YouTube page.
Fans and professionals alike are still marveling at how the entire performance came together.
It's not just that this included a lot of performers dancing in coordination.
People wonder how Beyonce managed to put all of it together, in a relatively short time, for a single-instance performance that would never be repeated.
The answer is probably that she's Beyonce.
There are good ways to show your appreciation for Beyonce.
Adele is displaying one of them right here.
Bad ways to do that would be threatening the lives of people over Twitter if they don't seem to be part of the Beyonce hype.
Another bad way to express admiration (or contempt or anything in between) for Beyonce would be to bite her face. Please do not do this.
Not to Beyonce and not to anyone else.
Be more like Adele.
Adele is, as always, a delight.
Some view their artistic careers as a zero sum game in which praising their competition would be hurting their own careers. Adele does not feel that way.
She openly questioned why her album beat Beyonce's Lemonade in 2016.
When Kesha was making headlinesw hile battling Dr. Luke in court, Adele voiced her support for Kesha, making the higher-ups at Sony step back and realize how much damage Dr. Luke was doing for their image.
Beyonce brought joy to the world with her Beychella performance.
And Adele, while dancing to it, payed it forward to her fans and followers. It's always wonderful to see good, talented women supporting other good, talented women in their own industry.
Girls really do run the world.